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Dementia sufferer’s will leaving estate to grandson declared invalid

A 91-year-old woman’s will leaving all her estate to her grandson has been declared invalid because she suffered from dementia and was unaware of the consequences of her actions. The

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Cyclist injured in accident awarded £850,000 compensation

A cyclist who suffered brain damage when he was knocked off his bike in a road accident has been awarded £850,000 compensation. The cyclist was only 15 when the accident

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Wife of sex offender wins unfair dismissal claim against school

A woman who was sacked because she refused to leave her husband after his conviction for sex offences has won her claims of unfair dismissal and indirect religious discrimination. The

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Charities to invest an extra £100m in research into dementia

The Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK are each donating £50m to the new Dementia Research Institute (DRI). The investment is in addition to the £150m already pledged by the

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Shared ownership changes could help 175,000 on to housing ladder

Changes to the shared ownership rules could help an extra 175,000 people on to the housing ladder, according to the government. Shared ownership allows people to ease their way into

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