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  • Women’s Aid welcomes committee recommendations on RSE

    18 February 2015

    Women’s Aid is welcoming the Education Select Committee’s report into relationships and sex education in schools, and particularly the recommendations that such education should be given statutory status. Polly Neate, Chief Exec...

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  • Will you join me and support Shelagh's campaign?‏

    16 February 2015

    As a Dementia Friend and supporter of Alzheimer’s Society, I wanted to let you know about a campaign that means so much to me. Shelagh was diagnosed with dementia four years ago. This life changing news was delivered in under 5 mi...

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  • Court of Appeal brands legal aid cuts a false economy

    13 February 2015

    Legal aid savings a 'false economy', says Court of Appeal The comments made in today’s Court of Appeal judgement in Lindner v Rawlins on the ‘false economy’ of the legal aid savings are indicative of ever worsening iss...

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  • EXETER “18.00“ CLUB – Free event - Networking and a Business Legal Up-date by Cartridges Law

    13 February 2015

    The first Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) 18.00  Club meeting in 2015EXETER “18.00“ CLUB – Free event -Networking and a Business Legal Up-date by Cartridges Law Wednesday 18th Feb. at 6pm. At The City Gate Hotel, I...

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  • Valentine couples urged to have a plan for their pet by legal experts

    13 February 2015

    As one-in-four divorces involves a dispute over pets, the Law Society advises couples to be prepared for the worst. Whether you have a dog, a cat or a collection of exotic lizards, Valentine sweethearts getting married or setting up home to...

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  • A HISTORY OF THE SHED IN 100 PEOPLE

    11 February 2015

    A lovely write up in the Bike Shed Theatre's blog about the support Penny Scott and Cartridges have given the Bike Shed over the years. https://ahistoryoftheshed.wordpress.com/ “Do you ever get sponsorship?” “No.” &...

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  • Exeter Pride 2015

    11 February 2015

    Exeter Pride needs you! This year Exeter Pride will take place on Saturday the 16th May. The day kicks off with a colourful parade through the city centre to Exeter Phoenix Centre. The day’s events continue with various workshops, ente...

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  • Resolution response to the PAC report on civil legal aid reforms

    11 February 2015

    04 Feb 2015 Today’s report from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on the legal aid cuts is rightfully damning of the Government’s failure properly to assess the damage that the removal of family legal aid would cause before...

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  • Stonewall celebrates defining moments and voices this LGBT History Month

    11 February 2015

    Stonewall25 website commemorates historical milestones for equality LGBT Voices shares 25 stories of those who have helped shape our community Stonewall asks: 'what's your defining moment in LGBT history?' Stonewall mar...

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  • Women's Aid February Newsletter

    05 February 2015

    On 12 February a new and unique source of data will enable us to understand how and why women are being killed by men in horrifying numbers, what our state agencies are doing about it, and whether their actions work.   The launch of the F...

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  • Casual Jobs and Internships Fair - 2014/2015

    04 February 2015

    Michael and Dana were  at Exeter University yesterday with the Cartridges Business Hub From the Exeter Uni webite http://www.exeter.ac.uk/careers/events/careersfairs/casual-fair/ Casual Jobs and Internships Fairs We hold two e...

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  • Judicial concern about lack of legal aid - Re: K and H

    02 February 2015

    From Resolution Click here for full story 26 Jan 2015 David Emmerson, partner at TV Edwards and chair of Resolution's legal aid committee, looks at how the judiciary are expressing their concern about the lack of legal aid post LASPO and inge...

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  • Local court closures threaten access to justice

    30 January 2015

    Plans to close several courthouses across Northern Ireland have been met with dismay by lawyers, who say access to justice will be severely limited for vulnerable people.   The Department of Justice Northern Ireland (DoJNI) revealed y...

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  • Dementia Friends Workshop

    27 January 2015

    St Thomas traders took part in a Dementia Friends workshop this afternoon - The next 10 years will see a 40% increase in dementia diagnoses - awareness in community needed. About Dementia FriendsPeople with dementia get by with a little help fr...

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  • Violence Against Women eNews - January 2015

    23 January 2015

    Success for survivors as law strengthened to criminalise coercive, controlling abuse  Click here for the full newsletter Making coercive control a crime is just the start. There is a significant opportunity right now to improve the cr...

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  • Court deals blow to rights of domestic violence survivors to access justice

    22 January 2015

    Legal aid is a lifeline for victims of abuse, enabling them to escape from abusive relationships, protect their children, and manage their financial situations.  Access to justice is vital in these cases – the statistics are stark; ...

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  • Lawyers condemn ‘outrageous’ court fee hike

    22 January 2015

    Government plans for dramatic increases in the cost of going to court could have a profound impact on access to justice, according to personal injury lawyers. A claim valued at £12,000 would demand a court fee increase of almost a thi...

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  • Politicians must accelerate the drive to family mediation

    22 January 2015

    Whichever party wins the general election must accelerate efforts to push separating couples towards family mediation to settle arrangements for children, property and finance, says England and Wales’ leading mediation provider.   ...

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  • Family Law Week January 2015 Newsletter

    20 January 2015

    You can download the most recent Family Law Week Newsletter to the right of this article

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  • Lawyers clear snow shovelling myths ahead of freeze

    20 January 2015

    As amber weather-warnings are issued across many parts of the UK, personal injury lawyers have reassured homeowners that they can clear paths and driveways of snow or ice without fear of being sued. “Every single winter someone some...

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