Social Media. Two words that rarely appeared together in our vocabulary until about 20 years ago. Now it seems, we are hooked on it. It inhabits our every day lives in ways we could never have imagined. Everything is up for sharing – from childbirth to death, every aspect of our lives can be scrutinised, … Continue reading Social Justice?
2018 has, quite rightly, seen the country celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the NHS. The NHS is one of the foundations of our welfare state, but what many may not realise is that another of the “great pillars of the post war welfare state” was established within a year of the NHS … Continue reading Law and disorder
If you’d asked us (many, many years ago) what mums did, we’d have probably answered something along the lines of cooking, housework, shopping, looking after kids, and perhaps in our more enlightened moments, even holding down a job. Thankfully, these days we have moved on from the stereotypical views of our childhood. However, although we … Continue reading Casting a long shadow – the rise of the online vigilante
If, like us, you enjoyed the BBC legal drama The Split, you may remember the slightly shady PI, Max Lacey, who provided Hannah with the evidence she needed to confront errant husband Nathan. Good old Max came up trumps in record time. Not only did he manage to get Hannah THAT photo within a few … Continue reading Why we deal in facts, not fiction…
Good question. And let’s face it, most people go through their lives quite happily without ever needing to engage the services of a Private Investigator. But it may surprise you to learn of the ways in which we can help. The days of the stereotypical PI who hides in doorways with a long lens camera … Continue reading Why would I need to hire a Private Investigator?
Deoxyribonucleic acid. You may well remember learning about this at school, along with its sidekick Ribonucleic acid (unless like us you preferred hanging around the bike sheds to the science lab). Fortunately, for those of us who find it hard getting our tongue around words of more than one syllable, Deoxyribonucleic acid has come … Continue reading Gene Genius – why DNA is a vital tool for investigators.
This week’s publication of the Gender Pay Gap data has not really yielded many surprises. It’s been an uncomfortable truth that for centuries men have been paid more than women, and the recent data has shown that even in the 21st century it is still true. Moreover, there is no single sector where women are … Continue reading Yes, we do mind the gap…
It’s OK, you don’t have to answer this rather bizarre question (of which more later…). Try these instead: Would you like to know what you’d look like if you were the opposite sex? In a film of your life, which celebrity would play you? What would your face look like on the cover of a … Continue reading Does Mark Zuckerberg like Aquafaba?
Imagine the scene: it’s late on a Saturday night; you are leaving a bar with a group of friends. You’ve had a couple of gin and tonics and a few glasses of wine. You walk to a taxi rank with your friends, and as you do so, you witness a woman being mugged. … Continue reading The London Private Investigator writes: In Vino Veritas…?
To our shame, we realise it’s been ages since we’ve updated this blog and all our followers on social media. So Dear Reader, apologies from the London Private Investigator. It’s been one of the busiest starts to the year here at Anderson Chance that we can remember. We’ve already successfully carried out more than 20 … Continue reading The London Private Investigator writes: we’re raving about our reviews!