Noble Solicitors speaks out over new social media guidelines
New guidelines have been published for police to help them decide which messages on social media should be treated as a crime.
Noble Solicitors backs the Basketball petition
On December 18th 2012, UK Sport announced record funding for the 4 year cycle in the run up to the Rio 2016 games, however, British Basketball was one of the organisations who's funding was cut to zero.
Noble Solicitors raises the issue about prison closures
Seven prisons are to close and two more will be partially shut in England.
Are diet drinks causing a rise in depression?
Experts are questioning whether diet drinks could raise depression risk, after a large study has found a link.
Noble Solicitors talks about the Bribery Act
In 2011, Mr Munir Patel became the first person to be prosecuted under the bribery act 2010. He was a magistrates’ court official, who offered to ‘get rid’ of a speeding charge for a person quite unrelated to him, for which he received a bribe of £