Monthly Archives: September 2015

Half of UK Care Failing Patients

A worrying study has revealed that nearly 50% of social care visits to the elderly were failing patients with the financial crisis in the area affecting the poorest and vulnerable. The Care Quality Commission showed that 41% of community-based adult … Continue reading

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New Landmark Case Redefines Employment Definition

The Court of European Justice has ruled in a landmark case that time spent travelling to and from first and last jobs by workers who do not have a fixed office should be regarded as work. The ruling comes following … Continue reading

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Support Will Aid by writing your Will with Raeside Chisholm Solicitors

Raeside Chisholm are proud to be participating in Will Aid this November in an attempt to help change the lives of people in the UK and around the world. There are nine Will Aid charities who benefit from this scheme, … Continue reading

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Are DIY Wills Affecting Charities?

As mentioned in our blog last week charitable donations are at an all-time high in terms of donations through wills. However, with more and more people looking to leave money to charities and non-profit organisations through wills, is there a … Continue reading

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Charitable Gifts at All Time High

A new survey into the construction and gifts left in wills in the UK has found that charitable giving increased by 8% from £2bn in 2013 to £2.2bn in 2014 in England and Wales. The survey, which comes from analysis … Continue reading

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Elderly Care in Rural Scotland Severely Lacking Funding

Rural care for the elderly is not being handled appropriately by the NHS, who are failing to move resources to communities to deal with the aging population in the country. According to the Royal College of Nursing, more investment in … Continue reading

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