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Press Releases from Watkins Ward Group (4 total)

Watkins Ward Group Reviews; Couples living apart will not be allowed to hook up …

UK Couples living apart will not be allowed to hook up during lockdown under new rules unless they have formed a support bubble. Ministers were said to be planning to announce changes to the so-called social bubbles - but the latest lockdown announcement has dashed the hopes of many couples. Under current rules, couples who do not live together can only visit each other's home if they have formed a

Watkins Ward Group - Private investigator Tenant Advice

Watkins Ward Group Investigations announce a new dedicated team, dedicated in providing Coronavirus advice for landlords. Commercial and residential tenants who miss rent payments due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic are to be protected from eviction for at least six months. The necessary legislation for England, Wales and Northern Ireland is included in the Coronavirus Act. In Scotland the necessary legislation is included in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act. As additional restrictions

Love rats beware: Watkins Ward Group Investigations explains how you can tell if …

Brian Sladden investigates infidelity and says there are certain red flags that should make a partner worry Love rats had best beware – a private investigator is telling people how they can spot a cheat. Brian Sladden Senior Detective at Watkins Ward boasts: “I’ve caught cheats, love rats, whatever you wish to call them. It’s my speciality.” A recent client called ‘Gill’ suspected her husband was cheating on her and sought Brian’s firm

PLUMMETING UK Condom Sales, Infidelity AND A Baby Boom?

With the nation still in a form of lock down and couples spending a lot more time together than before, there has been a number of unwelcome side-effects. The National Domestic Abuse helpline has seen a 25% spike in calls, dating websites such as Illicit Encounters (which cater strictly for people wishing to cheat on their partners) have seen a huge increase of activity, with 74% of men citing 'boredom'

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