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Speeding - How Fast is Too Fast?

 9th May 2019  News

Speeding - How Fast is Too Fast?   The idea of speed limits causes immense confusion, with many people believing that the speed limit is at least the minimum speed you should ordinarily drive at.   Most of... Read more

Terrorism Laws Tightened

 15th Apr 2019  News

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... Read more

Are child-like sex dolls illegal?

 4th Apr 2019  News

Are child-like sex dolls illegal?   The Crown Prosecution Service has issued new guidance to prosecutors as to which offences may be committed regarding "child-like” sex dolls after more than 200 seizures by... Read more

Appeals from Beyond the Grave

 4th Apr 2019  News

Appeals from Beyond the Grave   The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in the case of R v Max Clifford, the disgraced celebrity PR guru who was convicted in 2014 of a number of sexual offences and sentenced... Read more

Facilitating Tax Evasion

 11th Mar 2019  News

Facilitating Tax Evasion   HMRC is reported to be investigating alleged violations of a new criminal offence, part of the crackdown on money laundering, for the first time.   A freedom of information reques... Read more

Knife Crime - Searching for Solutions

 5th Mar 2019  News

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... Read more