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Asylum-Seekers

Asylum-Seekers Asylum-seekers have been in the news recently. Apparently there has recently been a fall in the number of unsuccessful asylum-seekers removed from the UK. Liz Truss, the Justice Secretary, says that she has plans to improve the rate of removal. It is of course generally the case that such media articles do not explain in detail what an asylum-seeker is – or, if they try to, they tend to get it a bit mixed up, and this is sometimes the case even

Europeans – rights after Brexit

Europeans – rights after Brexit The Home Office has consistently stated that EEA nationals will be able to fully take advantage of European free movement law until Brexit actually happens, which may be on some date in early 2019 or thereabouts. This is a matter which worries some British people as well as Europeans. Some property companies which deal with property in Spain are reporting a surge of activity from potential British buyers. Those who aspire to retire or relocate to Spain

The importance of company’s name and logo

The importance of company’s name and logo Welcome back, I hope you enjoyed the first part of this article explaining the first two stages of starting a business: market research and business plan and business structure. Now we’re going to look at the next 2 stages, these are crucial parts to starting your business venture although most people don’t give these points the full consideration that they are due. My name is Darren Bull, and I am the senior accountant here