This second edition of the hugely successful "Citizens Advice Guide" represents some remarkable changes to British law over the past few years. We see the introduction of a completely new section on Civil Partnerships plus updates to reflect new rules about the quality of food in schools, maternity cover and pay, discrimination on the basis of sexuality and religion, the rights of transgendered people and many more changes that respond to the growing needs of our society. This book looks at the any issues and problems that can arise in daily life, and explains how to deal with them simply and practically. You have to know what your rights are to know how to use them, so get a copy and start living a fuller life!
From its origins as an emergency service during World War II, the Citizens Advice Bureau has evolved into a professional national agency that offers confidential, impartial and independent advice helping to solve nearly 6 million new problems every year.