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Courts state that overtime should be included in holiday pay
Debt and money
How you'll be affected by the 2016 changes to State Pension
Join our campaign to get a fairer deal for energy customers with a prepayment meter.
Advice for people affected by child abuse.
Landlords to check new tenants' immigration status before renting
Law and rights
Where to get free or low cost legal advice.
What are hate incidents? What is hate crime? Find out how you can report them.
HMRC to send out details of how much tax you've paid and how it has been spent.
Find out how to complain about your doctor or health visitor.
How to get help with the costs of school uniforms, transport and the other essentials of school life.
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