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We are recruiting! An opportunity has arisen for a Secretary to join the Hyphen Law team in Swindon http://ow.ly/ggOO300TkIe
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National Savings & Investments will be making cuts to interest rates on several of its accounts from June. They will also be reducing the number of premium bond prizes. http://ow.ly/10fVXF
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The Department of Health is to spend £10 million on a fast track training scheme for mental health social workers. http://ow.ly/10fUT1
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Being a #politician has its physical challenges – one solution Robert has used was to set up a roadside stall to meet potential voters rather than canvassing door to door.
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An addition to your calendar- a free event in Bristol for Personal Injury Lawyers that need to know more about the Court of Protection. Speakers include Senior Judge Lush from of the Court of Protection, Barristers from Guildhall Chambers and the director of Hyphen Law.
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Today is World Cerebral Palsy Day. Make sure you are doing your bit by spreading awareness http://ow.ly/C9BXK
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"The Invictus Games will be truly inspirational for anyone dealing with the challenges which accompany a life changing injury whether incurred in combat or in civilian life. Good luck to all of the injured veterans who are competing and in particular those from team GB who will be “Going for Gold”. Christine Bunting http://ow.ly/B2C8Y
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We have just launched out new website- pop over and have a look!
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Do you get confused with all of the legal jargon involved with deputyship? Have a look at jargon buster which might help you http://ow.ly/AlPO3
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"The chair of UKABIF has highlighted the risk of a serious head injury when suffering a blow to the head when playing contact sports. The proper and immediate examination and assessment of individuals who are suspected to have sustained concussion is vital to reduce the long term risks associated with concussion. The recommendation is that any player who has suffered an injury to the head should be immediately withdrawn from playing and should be assessed for concussion; those suffering from concussion should not return to play for at least 24 hours. This should give the brain time to heal, reducing the risk of further injury and long term cognitive and neurological deficits". Kelly Knight http://ow.ly/zPBld
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