The recent cyber attacks on the NHS have demonstrated the significant importance of cyber security and
protecting our digital assets in an age when a sizable proportion of our key information is kept online. .
Roebucks, like so many prominent experts in the field of Mental Health, praise Prince William and Prince Harry
for their recent comments encouraging people to 'Open Up' about Mental Health.
The Princes have received praise from charities and campaigners for marking a "true turning point" in the battle
to remove the mental health stigma.
Roebucks continue to be committed to helping everyone have access to justice and committed to providing clients
with Legal Aid.
It saddens us as one of the largest providers of Legally Aided services in Lancashire, that when discussing
Legal Aid, we often hear the response that 'I thought there was no Legal Aid anymore.'
From the 1st March the penalty for being caught whilst driving on your phone will be 6 points and a £200 fine.
Obviously, this could have severe implications for anyone with a risk of losing a licence from the ‘totting up’
process and increased insurance premiums.
Anyone who has passed their test in the past 2 years would face losing their licence for this one offence
immediately as their ceiling is 6 points, a severe penalty for what is commonly an offence more often committed
by young drivers.
In her speech on the 9th January 2017 at the Charity Commission, Teresa May spoke of the Governments plans to
raise the profile of mental health and reaffirm the drive to achieve true "parity of esteem" with physical
This high-level publicity is welcomed by Roebucks Solicitors, who have had a Government funded contract ensuring
justice is available to clients in this important arena for several years.