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2018 News

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Knotweed compensation claims take root in UK courts

Bristol property owner fined for Japanese knotweed menace

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Family of a former patient at Winterbourne View welcomes NMC strike-off decision

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has found that Nurse Maxwell Nyamukapa's fitness to practice is impaired after he used excessive force against Ben, a vulnerable patient with a learning disability.

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Claim for damages for mesothelioma in England following a full and final settlement in Scotland

Successful asbestos exposure case settled in England on behalf of Scottish woman

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​Global withdrawal of glaucoma stent after study reveals problems within five years

Concerns have come to light regarding an innovative surgical device aimed at treating glaucoma.

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Inquest jury into death of Emma Butler highlights further failures at the Whiteleaf Centre

The inquest into the death of Emma Butler has concluded with the jury critical of her care at the Whiteleaf Centre.

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Cancer patient appeals for evidence on Walsgrave hospital asbestos

A 43-year-old woman is appealing to staff who worked at Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry from 1998 to 2004 to come forward if they know anything about the presence of asbestos in the building.

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Lawyers say builders and insurers could face compensation claims

Lawyers say builders and insurers could face compensation claims

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Chagos Islanders continue legal battle for their homeland in the UK High Court

A group of people, who were born on the Chagos Islands, will have their legal battle against the UK Government heard in the High Court from 10th to 15th December 2018.

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​'Flawed' Universal Credit system leaves self-employed woman worse-off

A self-employed actor and director is challenging the government's Universal Credit system after being left worse-off than if she were unemployed.

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​Campaign to protect endangered hen harriers to be heard in High Court

The High Court will hear a legal challenge to the brood management of endangered hen harriers on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th December 2018.

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Legal action launched against government's voter ID pilot schemes

A legal challenge to the government's plans for pilot schemes in 11 local authority areas which will require voters to produce identification before they can vote has been launched today.

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Refugees stranded on British Military Base for over 20 years are finally to be granted indefinite leave to enter the UK 

​A group of refugees who have been stranded on a British army base in Cyprus for over 20 years have been granted indefinite leave to enter the UK for permanent residence by the British government.