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ATTUNE knee replacement investigated by product safety lawyers
Product safety lawyers are investigating potential issues with an ATTUNE Knee Replacement.
John’s Campaign and the Relatives & Residents Association will apply for Core Participant status at pandemic inquiry
John’s Campaign and the Relatives & Residents Association will apply for Core Participant Status at the public inquiry into the UK Government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Next store workers claim victory in first stage of equal pay battle
Store workers employed by Next are one step closer to equal pay after the retail giant conceded that they can compare their roles to that of colleagues in distribution centres and warehouse.
Dustman’s family appeal for memories of EH Bentall Ltd, in Maldon, Essex
A man who spent three summers in the 1960s working as a dustman has died of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.
Settlement for young dad’s family highlights need for legal representation at inquests
An NHS trust’s admission of liability for a young dad’s death after a coroner had spared a hospital of any blame has highlighted the need for families to be represented at inquests.
Exercise Cygnus documents finally disclosed following ICO complaint
Two documents which relate to the government’s planning for a flu-like pandemic under Exercise Cygnus have finally been disclosed by the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) following a long-fought legal challenge by Dr Moosa Qureshi.
The Supreme Court rules on unsecure placements for vulnerable children
A Supreme Court judgment handed down today reflects deep concerns voiced by the Children’s Commissioner for England about the vast shortage of suitable registered accommodation for at-risk children.
Stonehenge road and tunnel decision unlawful, rules judge
Stonehenge campaigners are celebrating a massive victory after a judge ruled that a decision to allow a dual carriageway, road and tunnel to be built within the ancient World Heritage Site was unlawful.
Family of former Warwickshire National Coal Board employee obtains settlement for asbestos related cancer
Compensation has been secured for the family of a former National Coal Board employee who died in his mid 60s from cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.
New compensation fund for victims of convicted breast surgeon Ian Paterson
A new compensation fund has been set up for victims of disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson.
Court of Appeal to hear Universal Credit childcare appeal
The Court of Appeal is to hear an appeal brought by the Government against single mum Nichola Salvato.