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The Law on the Web blog is the place to read about the latest happenings in law, including changes to legislation and guides to help you understand your legal rights.

Paperless Justice: The Future for Minor Offences

James Watkins - Law on the Web

  1. 21 April 2015
  2. Cars and Motoring
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A new service has been launched to allow defendants to issue a guilty or not guilty plea online.

Domestic slavery in the UK?

Luke Whitmore - Law on the Web

  1. 21 April 2015
  2. Miscellaneous
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Despite the government’s purported commitment to ending modern slavery, it seems unwilling to revert a change to the law which is forcing migrant domestic workers to remain with abusive employers.

The End of Annual Tax Returns: What does it mean for freelancers?

James Watkins - Law on the Web

  1. 20 April 2015
  2. Employment
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Taxes are changing for freelancers - soon, you could be handling all your taxes online.

The trouble with tribunals - are employment tribunal fees pricing workers out of justice?

Luke Whitmore - Law on the Web

  1. 20 April 2015
  2. Employment
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Employment tribunals have long been the last resort for mistreated workers - but has the introduction of fees placed an insurmountable barrier to justice in their path?

Legal aid reforms: a denial of justice?

Stephen Hunt - Law on the Web

  1. 17 April 2015
  2. Miscellaneous
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The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, commonly known as LASPO, dealt a hammer blow to legal aid in the UK.