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Banking and Financial Services Expert, Martin Berkeley, considers the impact of technology on banking, regulation and individuals.

Consultation delayed as SRA considers lowering minimum cover, reports Jean-Yves Gilg

by Paul Taplin FRICS - Head of Diales (Middle East)

The CPS and police have published the first ever joint honourbased violence/abuse and forced marriage protocol, outlining their commitment to the successful investigation and prosecution of these crimes. The protocol recognises the importance of strong partnership working between these two agencies

Kanseng Village, near the ancient city of Ankor Wat, is a community development association which is host to a Primary School. The school had been destroyed during the Pol Pot regime. In 2008, Sarha Koch, an English tour guide whose parents taught at the school, decided to revive the school by organising community
based tours for visitors & encouraging them to donate money for improving the conditions

Dr Christopher Dalley, Consultant Haematologist, Southampton General Hospital University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Plans to revolutionise the courts to make them more straightforward and efficient, and deliver swifter justice for victims, will be outlined by the Justice Minister Sir Oliver Heald QC today.

Joy Kingsley was this year’s recipient of the lifetime achievement award. She speaks to Shelina Begum.

RICS Rules of Conduct set an overarching obligation on both members and RICS regulated firms at all times to: ‘…act with integrity and avoid conflicts of interest and avoid any actions or situations that are inconsistent with its professional obligations.

A new mandatory code of practice for chartered surveyors who support clients through the business rates appeals process aims to bring clarity for the sector
following the upheaval created by recent business rates revaluations.

A new mandatory code of practice for chartered surveyors who support clients through the business rates appeals process aims to bring clarity for the sector following the upheaval created by recent business rates revaluations.

Policing continues to be a challenging, demanding, and exciting profession subject to continuous change. Budget cuts have inevitably reduced the number of
staff available to deliver front line policing, and the Service has to do more with less, within a climate of increasing demand in areas such as counter terrorism, cyber-enabled crime and child sexual exploitation