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Curbs on judicial reviews are unnecessary and dangerous, UK's top judge

17 October 2013

Lord Neuberger, supreme court president, has warned that the government's proposals to curb access to judicial reviews are unnecessary and dangerous.

IER report 'responsible for bringing blacklisting scandal to wider notice'

17 October 2013

An MP in the House of Commons yesterday (16 October 2013) stated that it was the Institute of Employment Rights' (IER) report Ruined Lives that brought the blacklisting scandal to the notice of the press and public.

Controversial Lobbying Bill passed by Commons

11 October 2013

The widely controversial Lobbying Bill has been passed by the House of Commons and has had its first reading in the House of Lords.

ASLEF becomes tenth union to back IER Manifesto for Collective Bargaining

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11 October 2013

Railway union ASLEF has announced its official support for the Institute of Employment Rights' (IER's) latest package of policy proposals Reconstruction after Crisis: a manifesto for collective bargaining. This makes the organisation the tenth union to give the manifesto their backing, including Unite, Unison, GMB, NUT, PCS, CWU, UCU, RMT and ATL.

Govt attempts to push Lobbying Bill through at breakneck speed

09 October 2013

Members of the opposition have spoken out in Parliament after the government continued in its attempt to push the widely controversial Lobbying Bill through at such a pace that thorough scrutiny is impossible.

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