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In addition to the CCRC investigation, a total of 557 former post office staff, including Miss Felstead, have lodged a group action which is being heard in the High Court in London.
"The only way of holding VW to account for its dishonest practices is to sign up to the group action.
David Netherwood, a postgraduate student from Cardiff University, which has seen the number of students signing up to the group action more than double from 44 in April to 109, said: "It is great to hear that the number of people signing up is increasing every week.
Cardiff University student David Netherwood said he signed the group action because he is angry students are not being treated as consumers.
"What's more, with a group action, claimants often share the legal fees.
Liverpool data breach solicitors Hayes Connor yesterday revealed they are preparing for a potential "group action" - and the firm has instructed a specialist barrister to advise on it.
Where suppliers act collectively to fix prices, or refuse to sell to a customer so as to extract concessions, courts have found that form of supplier group action to violate the Sherman Act.
After the High Court deadline of 23 February 2018, there will be no option for them to join the group action. The deadline was set by the High Court in October, following its approval of a group litigation order (GLO) last summer, which was presented by specialist industrial disease lawyers from Hugh James, based in Cardiff, and Irwin Mitchell.
After the High Court deadline of 23 February 2018, there will be no option for them to join the group action. The deadline was set by the High Court in October, following its approval of a group litigation order last summer, which was presented by specialist industrial disease lawyers from Hugh James, based in Cardiff, and Irwin Mitchell.
More than 30 Teessiders - and hundreds more who worked at UK British Steel sites - have already registered for the group action, amid claims exposure to harmful dust and fumes from steelworks' coke ovens caused illness from lung cancer to pulmonary disease.
The group action comes after hundreds developed these conditions which are likely to have been caused by exposure to harmful fumes while working at coking plants in the immediate vicinity of the coke ovens.
Jo-Ann Diosana, senior economist of the group Action for Economic Reforms, said the small increment, compared to their proposal to double the rate, would only favor cigarette companies.
Campaigning group Action on Sugar welcomed the findings saying "energy drinks have no part in children's diets".
The firm only has until next week to look at any new cases and add them to the 'group action'.
And JMW Solicitors are urging any affected workers who have not yet signed up to the group action to join them in their fight for compensation.
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