With Brexit fast approaching, it is predicted that we will begin to see an increase in the amount of businesses seeking legal guidance over the next few years.
According to IRN, it is estimated that the business legal services will grow by 5% in 2019 with this increase “mainly due to an increase in Brexit-related work”. Continue reading
The winds of change have just about swept all the way through the entire industry which exists around burying the deceased, including the insurance industry which caters specifically to this sector. Those financial services providers who offer funeral cover in the many different varieties it comes now have to make provision for the new costs of honouring the deceased, which it must be said are slightly lower than the traditional manner through which we used to hold funerals. Continue reading
Since the beginning of 2018, we have seen many changes in the laws of driving as well as many new additions of laws to keep us on our toes. Many of us don’t actually know about these as we don’t generally get notified when something changes or gets added. To help clear things up here is a list of the law changes that have come into effect in 2018. Continue reading
London’s coworking scene has grown to include almost 150 spaces that offer professionals a range of opportunities. These multi-functional spaces are definitely cost-effective, but they also provide businesses with a number of benefits. With establishing community as a mission, the coworking space can be the place to find mentors and build relationships. Continue reading
I suppose because of the fact that I usually discuss some technical issues which require logic to make sense of, it would be pertinent for me to explicitly point out that the title of this particular post is indeed a metaphor. You are a crocodile and the death-roll is your specialty and you need to stop every once in a while and work on perfecting your death-roll. Continue reading
There is no doubt that the UK’s decision to leave the European Union in June 2016 sent shockwaves through the global economy. Over 30 million Brits voted to leave the EU and negotiations have been ongoing to agree a deal for the terms of the UK leaving the community. The issue for many people at the moment is that this deal is far from agreed and there is uncertainty over what it might contain. That means that both UK residents and other interested parties from across the globe are wondering just how Brexit might affect them.