4th Jun 2019
Private Prosecutions - 'Doing a Boris'
A District Judge sitting at Westminster Magistrates' Court last week authorised that a summons be issued against the prominent conservative member of parliament, Boris John...
15th Apr 2019
Government Tightens Terrorism Laws
The Manchester Arena bombing, the London Bridge attack, Shamima Begum. These are some examples of terrorism headlines in the past few years.
The Counter-Terrorism and...
5th Mar 2019
Knife Crime - Searching for Solutions
The Home Secretary will this week hold an urgent meeting with police chiefs to discuss the recent rise in knife crime. This follows another week of senseless killings and th...
27th Feb 2019
Counterfeit Currency - You May Pay a Very High Price
In straitened financial circumstances, it can be tempting to consider purchasing counterfeit money. While the price of such 'currency' fluctuates widely, it i...
18th Feb 2019
New Anti-Terrorism Powers
The Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019 has completed its parliamentary journey and will, in the main, come in to effect over the next few months.
The Home Secretary...
13th Feb 2019
Pensions - Time to Rethink Corporate Responsibility
The government has published proposals to punish individuals who mishandle pension scheme management. Two new offences are proposed.
The first will ta...