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Lockdown tensions: Settling ongoing neighbour disputes during the pandemic

Lockdown tensions: Settling ongoing neighbour disputes during the pandemic With many of us spending substantially more time at home, what were seemingly minor problems with neighbours might start becoming more of an issue than they were before. Neighbour disputes can arise from behaviour that we have previously ignored or not had time to

Lockdown tensions: Settling ongoing neighbour disputes during the pandemic2021-01-18T11:04:28+00:00

The recession, Covid-19 & the effects on UK employment: Will redundancy rates increase when the furlough scheme ends?

The recession, Covid-19 & the effects on UK employment: Will redundancy rates increase when the furlough scheme ends? With the recession caused by the pandemic reducing UK economic output by a quarter, redundancy figures are soaring. Numbers for the three months to 31 May showed the fastest increase in quarterly job losses since

The recession, Covid-19 & the effects on UK employment: Will redundancy rates increase when the furlough scheme ends?2020-09-29T14:31:08+01:00

Coronavirus Act 2020: What are the key issues for landlords and tenants in the UK?

Key issues for landlords and tenants in the UK in light of the Coronavirus Act 2020 A ban on residential evictions in England and Wales was put in place at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, extended until 20 September 2020.  When the courts begin hearing eviction cases again, the most serious cases

Coronavirus Act 2020: What are the key issues for landlords and tenants in the UK?2020-09-21T17:12:34+01:00
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