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NHS plans to centralise patient medical data cause privacy concerns

Blog published on: 9th June 2021

Recent news coverage has highlighted the growing concern over plans by NHS Digital (which runs the NHS’s IT system) to upload the medical data of 55m patients onto a database […]


Impacted Fetal Head During Labour: Maternity Negligence

Blog published on: 2nd June 2021

According to the World Health Organisation, labour is considered obstructed when the fetus cannot progress along the birth canal, despite strong uterine contractions. The obstruction can be alleviated either by […]


The Risks of Buying Properties Off Plan!

Blog published on: 21st May 2021

The Daily Mail reported recently that 300 families a week are having to move into shoddy newly built homes. Not all of them will have been purchased off plan but […]


Cenolli v Cenolli: The importance of a deed of assignment

Blog published on: 19th May 2021

Claim reference F03CL750: Central London County Court Osbornes Law was instructed by the Defendant to represent her to defend the possession proceedings issued by her daughter, the Claimant. The Claimant’s […]


Possession Claims during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Blog published on: 14th May 2021

Last year I set out in two blogs the amendments implemented by the Government in the procedure for residential possession as a result of the pandemic: Possession Claims during the […]


Writing a will stops loved ones being frozen out of finances

Blog published on: 12th May 2021

An estimated 59% of the UK population have not made a will, so when one half of a couple dies unexpectedly, the partner left behind can often face financial insecurity […]


What does divorce in your 60s mean for your finances?

Blog published on: 27th April 2021

The rise of ‘silver separators’ The latest divorce figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that divorce is on the rise in England and Wales, particularly amongst the […]


Vulnerable elderly man dies from falling out of hospital bed amid staff shortages

Blog published on: 26th April 2021

A hospital trust has apologised after a vulnerable 84-year-old man died after he fell out of bed because of staff shortages. George Malcolm Gomez, 84, from South Norwood, was admitted […]


NHS: The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework

Blog published on: 15th April 2021

The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) According to the NHS website, the PSIRF is a key part of the NHS Patient Safety Strategy, first published in July 2019. It […]


Council to amend unlawful housing allocation banding process

Blog published on: 8th April 2021

For the last 8 years Brent Council has stopped the majority of homeless applicants from bidding for rehousing, treating them as ‘no priority’. Brent have now agreed to change this […]


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