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Can it ever really be in your ‘best interests’ to be left by doctors to die?

When can it be in the best interests of a living patient to withhold treatment from him that would keep him alive? The Supreme Court has recently asked a different question that must be asked where a patient lacks capacity: Is it in the best interests of the patient to give the treatment?

12:02, 3rd December 2013
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The Consumer Rights Bill: Progression or Regression?

The Consumer Rights Bill: A piece of legislation which aims to modernise and simplify consumer protection law whilst clarifying consumer rights. However are the proposed changes effective in achieving these aims, and have consumers rights been fairly balanced with those of industry?

12:40, 27th November 2013
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Are cuts to legal aid impeding the course of justice?

Government austerity measures have taken their toll in many areas, but should justice be one of these? This question has been recently answered by Lord Neuberger in his critical 'Justice in an Age of Austerity' speech, legal aid cuts come at the cost of justice.

11:38, 16th November 2013
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Employee Shareholders - Would You Sell Your Rights?

The John Lewis Model works for John Lewis, but can it work for other employers? On 1st September 2013 s205A Employment Rights Act 1996 came into force in an effort to introduce a new form of employee status. This provision has attracted a great deal of criticism, but why?

12:07, 15th November 2013
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OfWhat? Are Regulators Protecting Consumers Sufficiently?

Ofwat, the UK's water industry regulator was recently asked to keep control of water prices. However this advice seems to have been sent to the wrong regulatory authority, it should have been sent to Ofgem.

12:11, 12th November 2013
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