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July 27, 2015

“Breaking up is never easy” but sometimes it's the best you can do.  The Abba hit “Knowing Me, Knowing You” was released in 1976.  A lot has changed since then, but breaking up still remains a painful and potentially expensive matter. 


The Basics of Divorce 

There are three steps to getting a divorce.  

Step one is to file a divorce petition.  This currently carries a fee of £410.  


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July 20, 2015

The first Conservative budget since 1996 was eagerly awaited by some and dreaded by others. Freed from the restraining hands of the Lib Dems, George Osborne was free to produce the budget he wanted. In the Chancellor’s sights were benefits, tax credits and student grants, while he also indicated a slightly less draconian approach to austerity. 


Good news on the economy


From the outset, Osborne was keen to promote the governmen...

July 13, 2015

George Osborne was last seen holding the famous red briefcase in March.  On that occasion he was delivering a coalition budget.


The new “emergency budget” is a fully-fledged Conservative budget. Some people may be tempted to ask “Why do we need a new budget so quickly?”



That aside, there are actually a number of questions this budget has to answer.


What happens if spending cuts don't work?

The Conservatives plan to combin...

July 6, 2015

On 8th July 2015, George Osborne will deliver the first completely Conservative budget since Kenneth Clarke in 1996.


Given that George Osborne delivered his last budget on 18th March 2015, you could well we asking yourself “Why do we need another budget now?”  The answer is essentially that the last budget was a combined Tory/Lib Dem budget.


This time around the Tories are working to their own agenda.  The...

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