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More than 50 drugdealers convicted over ‘county lines’ operations from London to provincial towns so far this year.

More than 50 dealers have been convicted of running “county lines” drugs operations from London to provincial towns and cities so far this year, prosecutors revealed today. Five gang members face sentencing today for running a network supplying Class A crack cocaine...

Unmarried Partner Visa UK – Guidance on Requirements You Need to Meet

June 07, 2018 Post  by A Y & J Solicitors. Unmarried Partner Visa or Same-sex Partner visa for UK helps non-EU applicants who are not married but in a relationship with the British or Settled person in the UK There are several important requirements you must meet,...

‘Same roof’ criminal compensation scheme rule ended.

The Ministry of Justice is scrapping rules which prevent some victims of crime from being compensated if they lived with their attacker. The “same roof rule” was changed in 1979, but not retrospectively, meaning victims from before that time have been...

Current laws in England and Wales make divorce difficult if the other partner does not agree.

The days of being forced to play the blame game to get a divorce could soon be over. Justice Secretary David Gauke is to launch a consultation on plans for a major shake-up of divorce laws, with a move towards a “less antagonistic” system. Currently, the...

Criminal defence solicitors may be extinct in five years, says Law Society.

Cuts to fees mean legal system faces cliff-edge in England and Wales, profession warns Owen Bowcott Last modified on Tue 17 Apr 2018 17.10 BST. Criminal defence solicitors may become extinct in parts of England and Wales within five years, due to cuts to legal fees...
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