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Telegraph apologises and pays out in Dr Al-Haddad “apes and pigs” libel claim

Leading UK Imam and Scholar Dr Haitham Al-Haddad has succeeded in his three-year libel battle against the Telegraph over claims that he preached that Jews were descended from apes and pigs. In terms of settlement filed in the High Court […]


Helping you to make the leap

Immigration Solicitor in London

Deciding to leave your home country and start a business in a new land is a huge step. It means leaving behind the comfortable and the familiar for the new and unknown. It means starting again in a place that […]


Visas and setting up a business in the UK

Immigration Solicitor in London

Obtaining a visa can be a long and tricky road. Picking your way through the bureaucracy and providing the right evidence to the government can be challenging. All this at a time when you are also attempting to move to […]


Court Stops An Inheritor From Evicting A Ninety Year Old Man  

The plight of people being forced to move from their homes due to not being provided for in a Will is an ancient one.  In two of Jane Austin’s books, namely Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice, being evicted […]


Don’t be one of the 400,000, use an immigration solicitor in London

Immigration Solicitor in London

The UK is the fifth largest economy in the world, and despite the uncertainty created by Brexit this is still very much a country that people want to come and live in, whether for a time or on a permanent […]


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