Useful websites and Sources

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For advice regarding legal matters, housing, taxes, rights, benefits please visit:
http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/England/

 

Information on volunteering: www.do-it.org.uk

 http://www.london.gov.uk/WHAT-WE-DO/volunteering 

 

Citizen Advice Bureau offers free independent, impartial and confidential advice on wide range of queries from housing, employment rights, discrimination etc.

 

The Trade Union Congress– rights at work

 

HM Revenue &Customs -advice and forms on tax and NI contributions

 

GOV.UK – advice and information on government services

 

www.worksmart.org.uk
Pay & Work Rights Helpline 0800 917 2368 www.direct.gov.uk/payandworkrights

ACAS www.acas.org.uk

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