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Bolton NHS Foundation Trust orders maternity care review

Investigation launched into births at midwifery unit

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Hospital Trust admits breaching human rights of disabled patient over resuscitation order

Hospital trust apologies for placing a 'do not resuscitate' order on a patient with Down's Syndrome and putting his learning difficulties as a reason for doing so on his records.

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“UK's Worst Gangmaster” fails in appeal for new licence

British company described as “the worst UK gangmaster ever” has appeal against licence revocation dismissed in scathing judgment

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Threat of legal action against Avery Healthcare over equal pay

Letter before claim sent to Avery Healthcare claiming women paid less than men in jobs of equivalent value

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Legal actions begins at High Court over allegations of abuses in Sierra Leone

Pre-trial hearing takes place at High Court over allegations of human rights abuses by mining company in Sierra Leone

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High Court to hear case against Government over 'support duty' for trafficking victims

A High Court judge has allowed permission for a full judicial review of the decision by the Government to impose limits on support for victims of trafficking

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Cressingham Gardens' tenant wins High Court legal battle against Lambeth Council

Tenant wins High Court legal battle against Lambeth Council over decision to remove options in public consultation over future of Cressingham Gardens estate

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Potential High Court action following BBC Panorama VW results

High Court threat for Volkswagen after BBC Panorama programme shows car failing EU emissions test 'spectacularly', according to the BBC

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Hotpoint recalls some tumble dryers that present a risk of fire

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryer models subject of safety notice

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London Trust reverses decision to shut LUTS clinic

Trust reverses decision to close specialist clinic after legal challenge launched in High Court

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Data protection and privacy

Leigh Day investigating claims on behalf of TalkTalk customers

TalkTalk customers may have a claim for breach of confidence

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High Court rules doctors should consult on DNR orders for disabled patients

High Court rules that doctors must consult the family of patients without mental capacity, or their carers, before putting Do Not Resuscitate orders on their medical records