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Why are people looking to delete Facebook?

20th March 2018

Facebook isn’t a stranger to the press and has recently faced accusations of privacy breaches by giving away user information to third parties. In the past, people have claimed the app is listening in to…

London's best meeting room rentals

20th March 2018

Sometimes our regular offices can become unavailable, or we realise that to host our next meeting, we will need a bigger space to accommodate all those who need to attend. This is why it’s so helpful to know…

Report reveals MI5 agents are allowed to commit crimes in Britain

5th March 2018

Prime minister Theresa May has published a previously secret order governing MI5 spies’ criminal activity in the UK. This means a range of things, from undercover spies’ not stopping criminal activity to…

CV tips for jobs in the legal sector

26th February 2018

Having a perfected and professional CV is a fantastic way to get your foot in the door in any industry, but this is even more true in the legal sector. Your CV is often your first chance to make an impression in a…

The best podcasts for lawyers

20th February 2018

No matter what stage you are at in your legal career, it’s always a good idea to continue learning and soaking up information from a variety of sources. One of the best avenues for doing so is podcasts, and…

Employers say skills gap will further deteriorate after Brexit

12th February 2018

Britain’s businesses are concerned that the current skills shortage will be made worse by Brexit this year. Employers not only believe that the skills shortage will continue to affect business in 2018, half…

Alleged hacker Lauri Love will not face US trial

6th February 2018

In October 2013, Lauri Love was arrested in Suffolk under the Computer Misuse Act, accused of breaching the security of NASA, the FBI, and other US government agencies. Yesterday, the 33-year-old student found out he…

Changes to UK law in 2018

30th January 2018

Increased consumer rights, lower heating bills for renters and tougher sentences for animal cruelty are among changes to UK law in 2018. The government will be implementing many promises it made last year, including…