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IR35 and the dangers of bogus self employment

A submission to the House of Lords subcommittee on the Finance Bill warns of the potential for employers to exploit workers by abusing

Employment Law Hearing Structures consultation – the Law Commission

Professor Michael Ford QC sets out the proposals of the Manifesto for Labour Law in regard to Labour Court

Race pay gap reporting

Recommendations on how a new requirement to report pay information broken down by race can be most effectively applied to reduce

An inspection of how the Home Office is tackling illegal working

Professor Sonia McKay responds to a Home Office consultation regarding the treatment of migrant

Submission to the House of Commons Regulatory Reform Committee Inquiry into the Government Deregulation Agenda

This response recommends that health and safety law is modernised to fit with an increasingly fragmented

Protection of Official Data – submission to the Law Commission

A response to the Law Commission's consultation on how to protect Official Data as it reviews statutes including the Official Secrets

Submission to the United Nations Open-ended Inter-Governmental Working Group on Transnational Corporations and Human Rights

The potential principles, scope and elements of an internationally binding instrument to protect human

Picketing and the Trade Union Bill: Written Evidence

The legal evidence to demonsttate the new picketing rules in the Trade Union Bill is a violation of the right to freedom of

The Trade Union Bill: TUC Submission to ILO Committee of Experts

Professor Keith Ewing provides a detailed analysis of the Trade Union Bill's contravention of international standards on workers'

Trade Union Bill: Written Evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights

Detailed evidence as to how the Trade Union Bill breaches international

An IER submission to the BIS Inquiry into the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership TTIP and Labour Rights

IER experts warn of the potential for NHS selloffs and the dilution of workers' rights in the TTIP Free Trade
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