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Trade Union Rights: A Short Story

Chronology of Labour Law 1979-2017

Coalition Timeline

Equality and Discrimination: post election priorities

07/10/2015 09:29
07/10/2015 15:32

Wednesday 7 October 2015

A one-day conference

Diskus Room, Unite the Union, London

The Institute of Employment Rights in association with Bindmans LLP.

Write up:

9 October 2015

By Roger Jeary, IER Blogger

Siobhan Endean Equality National Officer at Unite opened the Conference by welcoming delegates and explained that she and Harrish Patel, another Unite National Officer for Equality, would be sharing the chairing arrangements for the day. Siobhan introduced the first speaker Duncan Exley, Executive Director of The Equality Trust.

Pre Trade Union Bill analysis

15 July 2015

The Trade Union Bill will have its first reading in the House of Commons today (15 July 2015), when the full extent of the government’s vindictive attack on trade unions and their members will be revealed

Briefing: the Government’s proposed Trade Union Bill

13 July 2015

The proposed Trade Unions Bill, as announced in the recent Queen’s speech (27 May), will reportedly be published this Wednesday. Here, IER and CLASS have put together a Briefing Note on what we think the Bill will contain. Further Briefings will follow once we see the actual content of the Bill.

Human Rights at Work: possibilities and problems for Labour Law

Wednesday 1 July 2015

A one-day conference

GMB, 22 Stephenson Way,
Euston, London

The Institute of Employment Rights in association with Morrish Solicitors LLP

Write up:

1 July 2015

By Roger Jeary, IER Blogger

On the hottest day in London this year, the Institute welcomed delegates to the GMB London Office to hear from leading legal and academic experts on the impact of government promises to repeal the Human Rights Act and replace it with a British Bill of Rights. The conference programme also looked at the wider impact of human rights on the world of work and what it might mean for labour law in the UK.

NEW: You Tube clip of Ewing & Hendy

18 February 2015

It’s official. UK workers need a pay rise. Thank you Mr Cameron for your belated words of wisdom!

But Cameron’s outburst is no more than the Bullingdon Boy’s equivalent of saying, ‘let them eat cake’. Cameron is so far removed from the people he allegedly represents that he cannot see the problems let alone the solutions.

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