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Transcript: Emma Gill discusses the Gates divorce on Sky News

Appearing on Sky News flagship programme, Emma Gill discussed the intracacies of the divorce between Bill and Melinda Gates and the pressures that can cause divorce even among those who have been married for years.  Q. They have obviously been married for a very long time and have said they will continue to work together. How... Read More

Late donation brings Vardags total to £11,609

Bolstered by a late donation to our fundraising efforts, Vardags are delighted to announce that we have raised a whopping £11,609 for Smart Works as part of the cycle for Smart Works challenge.  Back in March, 25 intreprid employees signed up to the Cycle for Smart Works challenging, cycling a combined 2,400 miles to raise money... Read More

Vardags raise over £11,000 for Smart Works

With 2,400 miles cycled between 25 intrepid Vardags employees, we are delighted to announce that Vardags has raised a total of £11,109 for Smart Works! Congratulations to all those who took part. Smart Works is a charity dedicated to tackling long term unemployment among women. It provides both high quality interview clothes and... Read More

Transcript: Rory Lynch examines the “cataclysmic” fallout of the Harry and Meghan interview

Appearing on Martin Stanford’s LBC programme this morning, Rory Lynch, a Senior Associate in Vardags’ Reputation and Privacy team, discussed the fallout of the interview between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Oprah Winfrey. You can listen to the full segment by clicking this link and navigating to 24:50 and a full transcript is... Read More

Vardags embrace challenge of Cycle for Smart Works 2021

This week, from Monday 1st to Sunday the 8th, we are participating in the Cycle for Smart Works challenge. Smart Works is a charity dedicated to tackling long term unemployment among women. It provides both high quality interview clothes and training to unemployed women in need. With referrals from job centres, work programmes, prisons, care... Read More

Courts to remain open but virtual hearings considered default option

Following the re-imposition of a national lockdown on Monday, the government confirmed that the fulfilment of legal obligations, such as attending court, was included in the list of reasonable excuses for leaving the house. The government also confirmed that court buildings would remain open, a change from the March lockdown when over half of... Read More
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