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Latest News

19 July 2018

The Joint Committee on Human Rights has criticised the government’s legal aid cuts, stating that they have made human rights “unenforceable” in the UK.

19 July 2018

Art educators who claim they were recently dismissed by the National Gallery are challenging their employment status at tribunal.

19 July 2018

Thousands of carers will lose out on expected back pay after a judge overturned the decision that workers should receive the minimum wage during sleep-ins.

Promoted Publication

Blacklisting: the need for a public inquiry (including a Manifesto Against Blacklisting)

by Dave Smith and Alex Just

Blacklisting: the need for a public inquiry (including a Manifesto Against Blacklisting)

In his thoughtful account of the conspiracy, which incorporates the first-hand experiences of blacklisted workers and their families, the author leads readers through the multitude of obstacles faced by the victims. It concludes with a call for a public inquiry that forces those involved to publically account for their actions; and a detailed Manifesto Against Blacklisting

 

 

 

Upcoming Conferences and Events

Employment Law Update 2018: London

10/10/2018 09:30
Europe/London

Wednesday 10 October 2018

A one-day conference
Thompsons Solicitors, Holborn, London

At this popular annual conference, leading lawyers, academics and trade unionists will discuss how employment law has developed over the year so far, how it can be expected to change in the future, and how workers can best be protected.