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Canyon road bike handlebar failure prompts stop ride alert
Bike manufacturer Canyon has issued a notice to stop the use of its new Aeroad CFR and CF SLX road bikes following a high-profile failure of handlebars during a Belgian road race.
Parliamentary inquiry into link between sport and long-term brain injury
A Parliamentary inquiry into the link between sport and long-term brain injury will begin gathering evidence next week.
Baroness Dame Joan Bakewell continues to seek response to questions over Pfizer vaccine dose delays
Baroness Dame Joan Bakewell and Dr Michael Markiewicz continue to seek meaningful Government response to questions on Pfizer vaccine dose delays
Leigh Day emissions claims against motor manufacturers expanded to include Vauxhall
Leigh Day law firm has stepped up its legal claims campaign against motor manufacturers accused of fitting vehicles with devices to cheat emissions tests.
Family of former Sheffield Council joiner appeal for information following asbestos-related death
The family of Peter Wragg, a former joiner from Sheffield who died of mesothelioma, are hoping former colleagues will come forward with information.
Retired Malsis School teacher due in court on sex abuse charges
A former teacher at Malsis School in North Yorkshire is due to appear in court charged with 42 child sex abuse charges against 20 pupils.
Cycling UK issues legal challenge to removal of pandemic pop-up cycle lane
Cycling UK has issued a legal case to challenge the removal of a cycle lane that was installed to encourage active travel during the first UK lockdown in the COVID-19 pandemic.
New hope for Addison Lee drivers after Supreme Court judgment in Uber claim
Here, former Addison Lee Driver David Bollard*, explains why he joined the workers’ right claim against the private hire company.
New hope for Gateshead courier after Uber drivers’ Supreme Court win
A courier from Gateshead is one of thousands of people working in the gig economy likely to be impacted by the Supreme Court’s ruling that Uber drivers should be classed as workers.
People working in the gig economy speak out after Uber drivers’ Supreme Court win
Thousands of people working in the gig economy are likely to be impacted by the Supreme Court’s ruling that Uber drivers should be classed as workers.
Prominent Human Rights Lawyers Launch Class Action for South African Uber drivers
Leigh Day is assisting South African based MBM law in a class action against Uber in South Africa