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Month: December 2018

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Single mums taking government to Court over Universal Credit

A case is being filed against the government in the UK by four women to dispute about the universal credit that is changing their expected income each month leaving them in a difficult position to plan their budget. From her experience, Claire Wood who is a single mother aged 30, hed to forego or rather […]

Manchester Solicitors

Supreme Court Justice Sumption Doubts The Value Of Civil Legal Aid

Accessibility to justice is the basic right of every citizen. According to a leading judge, Justice Sumption, it will take 50 years from now to make the judiciary system more diverse. What does it mean? The way to judicial diversity is lengthening and the confirmation of its occurrence is becoming so hard. Sumption decisions are […]