Speed Cameras to Return in The Black Country

Enforcement cameras have been successfully tested in Birmingham and Coventry and West Midlands Police chiefs are now keen to open talks with Black Country councils over the cameras. Sandwell and Walsall councils today also said they were considering the enforcement,...

Itihaas warn against ‘copycat’ traders

The MD of fine dining Indian Restaurant Itihaas in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter has warned independent restaurants to be vigilant against rivals trying to leverage their brand name. Raj Rana instructed lawyers to take two organisations to task in Cumbria and...

UK’s first Islamic Guidance Document on Adoption and Fostering

March 21st saw the launch at the House of Commons of the first ever Islamic Guidance Document on Adoption and Fostering which has been commissioned by the UK charity Penny Appeal, who are actively involved in recruiting Muslim carers...

Train Users to be Prosecuted if Caught Putting Feet on Seats or Vaping

London Midland is cracking down on anti-social behaviour on its Birmingham trains with the new railway by-laws. The new regulations, which were introduced on the 7th August, were made in response to complaints the company has received from passengers and...

Companies could face hefty fines under new Data Protection Laws

The government today signalled its intention to introduce a new Data Protection law which will provide UK citizens with greater control over their data. The new bill, which will align UK law with the European Union’s forthcoming General Data Protection...

Landmark Ruling Sees Husband Receives Less Assets Due to Brief Marriage

A landmark divorce case could see asset splits in the UK fall under much needed scrutiny. Energy trader Julie Sharp, 44, built up a multi-million company whilst married to her partner. However when the marriage went bust a mere four...

New Speeding Laws Maximise Fines and Penalties

New laws coming into effect next week will see speeding penalties severely increased. According to the Sentencing Council, this is to ensure there is a “clear increase in penalty as the seriousness of offending increases”. Serious offenders may suffer a...

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