BSB publishes new research on consumers’ expectations and experience of working with barristers

 The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published research on consumers’ expectations and experience of working with barristers. As an evidence-based regulator acting to protect and promote the interests of consumers,…

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Barristers warn of “serious shortcomings” in new Govt plans for state threats

The Bar Council have now released their response to the Home Office’s consultation on Legislation to Counter State Threats. Serious shortcomings: The consultation’s failure to address how the measures will affect individuals with…

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Taxpayer’s have unwillingly supported the Government’s inability to manage the 2010 financial crisis, Brexit, post Brexit deliberations and more recently COVID.

It is no wonder the public don’t want to give HMRC money when the Government seems entirely useless at managing how that money is spent to better the UK for…

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