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The CPS is right not to prosecute Prince Philip: It is not in the public interest to do so

Paris Theodorou

Posted by Paris Theodorou | Solicitor
On 15th February 2019

It is not in the interests of justice to prosecute the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, a man who has served the United Kingdom and Commonwealth realms as the consort of Elizabeth II for more than six decades. In 2016, Prince Philip was chauffeur to the then US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle when the two were greeted with a Royal welcome at the doors of their helicopter when it touched down on the Windsor Castle estate…

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Helping disadvantaged women back into the workplace

Homa Wilson

Posted by Homa Wilson | Partner
On 15th February 2019

Towards the end of last year, the Government Equalities Office announced a fund of £600,000 to help vulnerable women return to work, by providing assistance to those who have experienced issues such as domestic abuse and mental health problems.

The government also recognises that women with caring responsibilities are significantly disadvantaged. Usually, women are disproportionately borne to caring responsibilities, whether for children, elderly or disabled relatives. As a result of this, around 1.8 million women in the U.K. are economically inactive – more than eight times the number of men in the same position.

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Are Prenuptial Agreements legally binding in England & Wales?

Jacqueline Major

Posted by Jacqueline Major | Partner
On 13th February 2019

A prenuptial agreement is a formal contract between two people prior to marriage or civil partnership, which sets out how their finances will be organised in the event of the breakdown of the marriage.

Prenuptial agreements (PNAs) are not formally binding in England and Wales. This is in marked contrast to many jurisdictions, including Scotland, the rest of Europe and in most other jurisdictions where PNAs are regulated by law and are therefore commonplace.

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Legal Briefing about the Nature of Charge the Stansted 15 faced

Raj Chada

Posted by Raj Chada | Partner
On 7th February 2019

There has been much focus in the media on the nature of the charge faced by the Stansted 15. Our position, as set out in Court and will be argued in due course in the Court of Appeal, is that this is terror related legislation. Further, it was not appropriate for the Attorney General to give consent to the prosecution.

What were the Stansted 15 charged with?

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