Coin throwing – The dying embers of “yob” football culture?

It’s an ugly spectacle and one that isn’t welcome in today’s game, yet still happens on an alarmingly frequent basis.…

The price of one punch

One punch assault injuries and deaths are unfortunately becoming much more common. You will likely have seen one of the spate…

Truss respects legal industry whiplash concerns

When George Osborne announced in his autumn statement that he intended to raise the small claims limit to £5,000 and…

Legal pressure prompts SRA “cold calling” u-turn

Pressure from the legal community just days after spotting the removal of “rule 7” in the SRA handbook, has prompted…

Motor insurers ‘reluctant’ to pass on whiplash savings

If the Government needed a big enough reason to draw a line over proposed whiplash reforms, there should be no…

Half a billion in savings not passed on by insurers

Last week Scott Rees & Co asked the question “are insurers punishing blameless drivers?”, amid claims that savings made from…

Is the Government really as committed against fraud as they claim?

A shocking revelation by the Law Commission has raised eyebrows and doubts over how serious the government really is over…