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Luton’s Local Heroes Receive Prestigious Community Awards 2016

Over 600 people from Luton’s many diverse communities gathered together for a glittering celebration of the very best at the seventh annual Community Awards, Luton’s acclaimed event of the year. Venue Central 2 was buzzing as all of the nominees, their families and friends were joined by the Community Award judges; Luton’s two prominent MPs,…

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Mental Health Day – Pictons Highlights Important Issues

Today is official Mental Health Day 2016, focusing on the issues surrounding Mental Health and the support available to you should you need it. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been forthright in raising the awareness of mental health issues for young people, yet anyone can be affected at any age. Pictons, a leading…

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Trains, Boats And Planes – What You Can Claim When Things Go Wrong?

We’ve all been there. Waiting hours at the airport for your delayed flight to take off, your train is late or cancelled or the ferry is hit by a strike in the destination port. The experience of the contemporary traveler is neither relaxing nor gracious. Sometimes we’re just glad to get on a train home…

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Is Movie Making Becoming More Dangerous Asks Pictons?

The tragic news that a construction worker has been killed on the set of the Blade Runner sequel while filming in Budapest and the recent court case of movie superstar Harrison Ford’s accident on the set of the latest Star Wars film brings into question whether there are sufficient health and safety measures in place…

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Your Children – Do You Have Rights or Responsibilities?

With divorce rates in the UK remaining high and many parents choosing to co habit rather than get married, a relationship break down can often result in complicated situations in relation to a couples’ children It’s a commonly held misconception that parents have ‘rights’ over their children. Martin Boniface, a Family Law solicitor at leading…

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