Union consultation rights widen after landmark Unison victory

11 August 2017

Unison has won a landmark case in the Court of Appeal that extends unions' consultation rights to all workplace issues that affect their members.

Reinstated claims stayed by President of the Employment Tribunals

11 August 2017

The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England and Scotland have stayed applications regarding claims originally dismissed for the non-payment of fees.

Director of Labour Market Enforcement consults on improving enforcement of labour law

04 August 2017

The Director of Labour Market Enforcement, Sir David Metcalf, has opened a consultation on strengthening the enforcement of labour law.

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03 August 2017

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Commit to repayment of £32m tribunal fees, Labour MPs demand

28 July 2017

Labour MPs have asked the government to confirm that the £32 million that has been illegally charged in tribunal fees over the last four years will be repaid to workers.

Over 7 million to lose nearly £10,000 after state pension changes

28 July 2017

More than seven million people are set to lose nearly £10,000 because of government plans to raise the state pension age ahead of schedule.

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