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easyJet compensates hostess sacked for eating sandwich

easyJet has compensated an air hostess who was sacked for eating one of the company’s bacon sandwiches that was given to her by her manager.

Distributor wins right to view confidential letters from rivals

A distributor has won the right to view confidential correspondence from its competitors after claiming they colluded together to prevent it entering the lucrative agricultural products market.

Disinherited son fails to overturn his father’s will

A disinherited son has failed to prove that his father didn’t understand what he was doing in the final weeks of his life and that consequently his will should be declared invalid.

Directors of 11 firms disqualified after employing illegal workers

Following investigations by The Insolvency Service, the directors of 11 different companies across the UK have been disqualified after employing illegal workers.

Developer must honour oral agreement to sell land to family

 A property developer has been told he must honour an oral agreement to sell some land to former friends despite falling out with them during the course of the transaction.

More than 220,000 home buyers have used Help to Buy

  The latest government figures show that more than 220,000 people have now used the various Help to Buy schemes to purchase a new home.

More help for small businesses dealing with large companies

The government has announced new regulations to help small businesses get paid quicker when supplying large companies.

Divorce rate at lowest level for 40 years as cohabitation increases

The divorce rate has fallen to its lowest level since 1975, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.

Court rejects woman’s bid to administer her late mother’s estate

A woman has failed to have herself appointed as the administrator of her late mother’s estate because the High Court considered that she was untrustworthy.

Model agencies fined £1.5m for colluding on prices

Five model agencies and their trade association have been fined a total of £1.5m for colluding on prices.

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