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Sharmistha Michaels explains how the Home Office's updated immigration laws could threaten the rights of migrants who are sleeping rough
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Elliott Elsey considers the implications for professional advisers following recent landmark judgments in the Supreme Court
Amanda Phillips-Wlyds considers how the upcoming changes to divorce law will revolutionise the current regime
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