Tomorrow, we will all be asked to answer one of the biggest questions we’ll ever have to answer. It will be a key historic event for our nation, and will be a focal point of British history. To say that is not hyperbole. The consequences of a vote either side will be with us for…

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The maker of long-awaited video game, No Man’s Sky, has revealed details of a legal battle that threatened the game’s name. Due for release in June, thousands of gamers were disappointed when Hello Games delayed the release until August. But this may have been due to the intellectual property challenge by broadcaster Sky. The issue revolved around the use of the word ‘sky’, for which the broadcaster has the rights, in the game’s title. While the challenge may seem questionable –…

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  A rise in private divorces shows that more and more couples are putting their heads together to consider their options before commencing divorce proceedings — but not in the way you might think. Are people starting to put their heads before their hearts when it comes to divorce? An article in the Times this…

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Jaguar Land Rover is suing Chinese car manufacturer Jiangling Motor for allegedly copying their Range Rover Evoque in a move of which is unprecedented by a foreign automaker in China, the world’s largest market for the automotive industry. The actions filed regard both copyright and unfair competition, with the car in question, the Landwind X7…

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Citizens Advice Queries about loved ones and family members who have died without wills have more than doubled since 2011, indicating a growing crisis of intestacy in the UK. Recent news has brought matters of intestacy into focus as it emerged that the musician Prince died without a Will, leaving hundreds of millions of dollars…

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The Office of the Public Guardian has come under pressure this week after it was revealed that the number of people drawing up lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) has doubled to half a million in the last two years. But why have LPAs grown in popularity? And are the thousands of people flocking to draw…

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For many people seeking a divorce, the risk of losing home comforts is not the first thing on their mind. But the results of a recent UK-wide study of over 230 divorcees over-50 show that more than one in four late-life divorces in end in the sale of the family home. The divorce-rate among the…

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The recent decision by the Appeal court to take a stand against ‘divorce tourism’ has shown the fragility of marriage disputes which take place abroad. The appeal of Catherine De Renee against the divorce settlement agreed with her ex-husband, Jason Galbraith-Marten QC, in Australia was rejected by the English court on the grounds that the…

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DBS Heart celebrated the St. George’s Day weekend by showing support for two regional charities in the Midlands. DBS Heart announced a £500 donation to Winston’s Wish at their Birmingham office while Nottinghamshire Hospice were the guests of honour at an English garden party in Nottingham. Winston’s Wish offers practical support and guidance to bereaved…

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