The number of brides and grooms aged 65 and over has increased by 46% over the last decade. The most recent Office for National Statistics… Read More »Is the increase in ‘silver surfers’ behind the rising rate of marriage and divorce among over 65s?
In Walker v Innospec Limited and others  UKSC 47, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that an exemption in the Equality Act 2010 – which… Read More »John Walker wins legal battle and secures equal pension benefits for same-sex couples
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A new report from single parent Charity Gingerbread claims that single parents are losing out on vital support for their children. The charity highlights in… Read More »Charity Says Loopholes Are Depriving Single Parents of Child Support
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