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IICSA Update: a plea for transparency

What must Chairperson Justice Goddard, and her panel members, do to maintain the confidence of survivors ahead of the launch of a crucial part of the UK's Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

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Abuse

Friends in high places - the crimes of Peter Ball

Andrew Lord from the abuse team at Leigh Day asks whether we can have faith in the Church of England investigating its own failures which many believe led to the abuse of children

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Product safety consumer law

New Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations 2015 – A step forward for consumer safety?

Thomas Jervis comments on the new regulations for Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

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Time to end the use of restrictive physical interventions?

Alison Millar discusses the need for updated guidance on the use of restrictive physical interventions for staff working with children and adults who display challenging behaviour.

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Travel claims

Study shows rate of injury abroad – are you covered?

Clare Campbell discusses the need for holiday insurance, for all travellers, following a recent poll looking at the hidden costs for illness and injury whilst abroad

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Whistleblowing and bullying in the NHS

 Michael Roberts talks about the challenges of whistleblowing for medical staff

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Modern Slavery - The legal challenges

In this final blog on Modern Slavery, Benjamin discusses how challenges to successful civil claims, on behalf of victims of modern slavery, can be overcome

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Modern Slavery - Compensation for victims

In the second in a series of blogs discussing modern slavery, Benjamin Croft looks at the role compensation plays in the rehabilitation of victims and as a deterrent to those exploiting workers.

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Fewer rights for working people? What the Tory majority could mean for employment law

Annie Powell considers what effect the new Government may have on worker's rights following the May 2015 election

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Travel claims

The Importance of Travel Insurance

Travel law partner Clare Campbell gives 6 top tips for picking travel insurance

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Football continues to score own goals as disabled fans are relegated to the bottom of the league

As the football season draws to a close Emma Satyamurti comments on access to the sport for disabled fans

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Time for change - a new era for consumer protection law?

"We are trying to create a better level playing field" Christel Schaldemose MEP

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