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Lloyds tighten mortgage lending

June 04 2014

Lloyds Bank, Britain’s largest high street bank has announced its decision to tighten its criteria for mortgage lending, in a bid to combat rising prices in the capital’s housing market. Click here to read more

Max Clifford’s wife gets quickie divorce

May 21 2014

The wife of shamed PR expert Max Clifford has been granted a quickie divorce in a hearing which lasted less than two minutes. Click here to read more

Spanish Children must do housework under new law

May 13 2014

An amendment to a child protection law has been proposed in Spain requiring children to carry out household chores and to be respectful to their teachers. The new measure would oblige all of those under the age of 18 to ‘participate in all areas of family life’ and share the responsibility of caring for the home, regardless of gender. Children would also be required to ‘take positive attitude to learning’. Click here to read more

Stop and Search powers to be changed

May 08 2014

Home Secretary Theresa May has revealed that the police stop and search powers in England and Wales are to be revamped with a brand new code of conduct. Click here to read more

Legal Aid causes rift in parliament

April 30 2014

The Justice Secretary has said that non-UK nationals must not be given legal when fighting court cases. Chris Grayling MP believes that the fact that court cases are brought by citizens of foreign countries using ‘British taxpayers’ money’ undermines ‘faith in the justice system’. Click here to read more

Leveson wants laws to change to protect child victims

April 10 2014

Grahame Stowe Bateson’s Leeds solicitors want to make all parents and children aware of the recent debate surrounding child protection under the justice system. Click here to read more

The legal issues when moving in with your partner

April 03 2014

The popular belief is that once a couple have lived together for two or three years, they each will have the same rights as a married couple Click here to read more

Employment claims plummet after change in laws

March 26 2014

In July 2013, the government introduced a fee of £160, payable by anyone making a claim at an employment tribunal, with fees rising to between £230 and £950 depending on the nature of the claim made. Click here to read more

Family Childcare Solicitor wanted for Harrogate Office

March 13 2014

Grahame Stowe Bateson is looking for an enthusiastic, determined and professional childcare solicitor to add to our growing team in Harrogate. Click here to read more

Legal Cashier wanted for Leeds City Centre Office

March 13 2014

Grahame Stowe Bateson’s Leeds office are looking for a legal cashier to cover maternity leave for an interim period starting as soon as possible. Click here to read more

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