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Archive for March, 2012

Cybercrime threat on the rise, says PwC report

30.03.12

Cybercrime is becoming an increasing threat to the financial services sector, according to a report by accountancy firm, PwC. PwC says the threat to the financial services sector from cybercrime…

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Cybercrime threat on the rise, says PwC report

Statement On Behalf Of The Terry Family

28.03.12

Originally reported by the Manchester Evening News. PC IAN TERRY James Reilly, Partner at Ralli, Solicitors:- “These images are clearly distressing to the family and highlights that GMP and in…

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Statement On Behalf Of The Terry Family

Tougher Community Sentences Need Clarity

27.03.12

Stuart Page – Associate One of the most difficult problems in law is getting the punishment to fit the crime so that the public will see it as not too…

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Tougher Community Sentences Need Clarity

‘Bullied’ Breast Implant Patients Need Options Not Pressure

27.03.12

People who have made the enormous decision to have cosmetic surgery often do it to improve their confidence and self belief. To then have the anguish of feeling that they…

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‘Bullied’ Breast Implant Patients Need Options Not Pressure

Own-it Intellectual Property Clinics Expand To Manchester

24.03.12

The UK’s only intellectual property advisory service tailored to the needs of the creative sector, Own-it, has announced it is expanding its service to Manchester. Having seen notable success in…

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Own-it Intellectual Property Clinics Expand To Manchester

Older staff can be made redundant to avoid pension charges, judges rule

23.03.12

The Court of Appeal has ruled that health service managers in Cumbria did not act unfairly when they dismissed their chief executive. Nigel Woodcock began an action after North Cumbria…

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Older staff can be made redundant to avoid pension charges, judges rule

Andy Flower to run for Ralli’s chosen charity Factor 50

19.03.12

England Coach Andy Flower will be running the London Marathon in 2012 for The Lord’s Taverners, Hope for Children and Factor 50 and he needs your support! www.factor50.org.uk www.justgiving.com/Andy-Flower

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Andy Flower to run for Ralli’s chosen charity Factor 50

PRESS STATEMENT: P.C Ian Terry

07.03.12

Ian Terry was a devoted husband and loving father. On 9th June 2008 he volunteered to participate in what he believed to be a routine training exercise organised by the…

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PRESS STATEMENT: P.C Ian Terry

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