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Man awarded £30,000 after hospital fails to diagnose broken finger

A postman has been awarded £30,000 compensation after doctors failed to recognise that he had fractured his finger, despite having evidence from an X-ray. A postman has been awarded £30,000 compensation after doctors failed to recognise that he had fractured his finger, despite having evidence ....

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Freedom from Safety – At What Cost?

Business Minister Michael Fallon recently plans that more common sense cuts to red tape are to be implemented as part of the government's drive to make the UK the best place to start and grow a business. Business Minister Michael Fallon recently plans that more common sense cuts to red tape....

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Homeowner compensated for neighbour’s tree root damage

A homeowner has been awarded compensation for damage caused to his property by the roots of a hedge belonging to his neighbour. A homeowner has been awarded compensation for damage caused to his property by the roots of a hedge belonging to his neighbour. The issue first arose in 2006 when the....

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Myth of common law marriage ‘puts cohabitants at risk’

Six out of ten MPs believe the law needs to be changed to give unmarried couples more legal protection if they separate. Six out of ten MPs believe the law needs to be changed to give unmarried couples more legal protection if they separate. A survey carried out by the family law group, ....

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Government seeks international collaboration to tackle dementia

The government is seeking international collaboration to tackle the growing challenge of dementia as people lead increasingly longer lives. The government is seeking international collaboration to tackle the growing challenge of dementia as people lead increasingly longer lives. Health Secreta....

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Buyers to be warned of mortgage ‘worst case scenarios’

The EU wants lenders to provide homebuyers with more information about their mortgages, including “worst case scenarios” of what could happen if rates increase unexpectedly. The EU wants lenders to provide homebuyers with more information about their mortgages, including “worst case scenari....

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Bishop’s Stortford Means Business

Attwaters Jameson Hill will be exhibiting at the Bishop’s Stortford Business Exhibition, Bishop’s Stortford Means Business, tomorrow from 10am. Come and talk to us and find out about how you may benefit from our services. We look forward to seeing you there. Entry is free. Attwaters Jameson H....

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Treasury boosted by rising inheritance tax receipts

The money the Treasury receives from inheritance tax (IHT) has increased for the third year in a row, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The money the Treasury receives from inheritance tax (IHT) has increased for the third year in a row, according to figur....

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ATTWATERS JAMESON HILL BUSINESS GOLF SOCIETY

The Attwaters Jameson Hill Golf Society is being set up with the aim of becoming the premier golfing society for business people in and Essex and Hertfordshire. The Attwaters Jameson Hill Golf Society is being set up with the aim of becoming the premier golfing society for business people in and ....

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Attwaters Jameson Hill wins Award for Apprenticeship Scheme

Attwaters Jameson Hill were awarded Employer of the Year for the Business Administration category by Hertford Regional College, due to the “outstanding support of the Apprenticeship programme during the last academic year” at their awards ceremony last night. Attwaters Jameson Hill were award....

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Government offers extra £69m to help start-up businesses

The Government is making an extra £69m available for loans to start-up businesses as a way of creating jobs and boosting the economy. The Government is making an extra £69m available for loans to start-up businesses as a way of creating jobs and boosting the economy. Ministers say more than ....

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Channel 5’s ‘When Gastric Bands Go Wrong’

Channel 5's programme 'When Gastric Bands Go Wrong' aired last night highlights the problems that can be faced when undergoing bariatric surgery and in particular, when having a gastric band fitted. Channel 5's programme 'When Gastric Bands Go Wrong' aired last night highlights the problems that ....

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