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Expecting your rights

A picture of a young couple at a party If you are about to become a parent you are probably excited. But when you are not hopping from foot to foot with pure joy, you might also be a little bit worried about how it will go down at work, how you'll survive financially, and how you can juggle being a top-quality parent and a treasured employee at the same time. We explain your rights at work if you are pregnant, if your partner is, or if you are adopting.

Dealing with trouble at school

A picture of children fighting at school It can be alarming when things start going wrong for your child at school. Whether you are getting letters sent home or your child has been excluded, it can feel like a slippery slope to disaster - but it doesn't need to be like that. Our guide explains what you can do to help if your child is in trouble at school...


Moving in Moving in with your partner is exciting. But where you move into, and how you pay for things affects your rights. It's important to know how, so that you can ensure your partner doesn't always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop.

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Passports, travel & living abroad



Apply for, renew or update a UK passport online

Travel insurance (PDF)

European health insurance card (EHIC)

Holiday to your homeland

Your holiday accommodation is overbooked

Back to nature breaks

Frequently asked questions about travel

Travel problems - resolving disputes: a step by step guide

Tax when bringing in goods from abroad

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