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The Sentencing Council is consulting on updated sentencing guidelines for offenders convicted of child cruelty offences, including causing or allowing death or serious injury, or neglect in...
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Cohabitation is the fastest growing family type in England and Wales. In 2021 there were around 3.6 million cohabiting couples in the UK compared with 1.5 million in 1996.Whereas married couples and...
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New statutory guidance on identifying and responding to domestic abuse and its impact on victims has been published on 8 July 2022, by the Home Office.The Domestic Abuse Act 2021 statutory...
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The Homes for Ukraine government scheme offers a route to those who want to come to the UK and have someone here willing to provide them with a home. It enables individuals, charities, community...
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Around £4 million will be awarded to charities and organisations providing legal help this financial year – an increase on the £3 million provided in previous years.The grants will...
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The government has published proposals to change the rules that apply to transfers of assets between spouses and civil partners who are in the process of separating. It provides that they be...
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Ofsted has recently published a report entitled "Children’s social care 2022: recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic".The report says: "The COVID-19 pandemic has put specific pressures on the...
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On 28th July 2022, the Supreme Court received an urgent Permission to Appeal (PTA) application in the case of Archie Battersbee.The parents of Archie Battersbee filed their application to appeal to...
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The Domestic Abuse Commissioner, Nicole Jacobs, has said that the latest CPS figures show a very worrying trend for domestic abuse victims."Domestic abuse incidents continue to...
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Numerous charities and news outlets have raised concerns that some age-disputed children are being declared as adults by the Home Office and detained in preparation for being sent to Rwanda.Coram...
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