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Supreme Court declares ET and EAT Fees unlawful

When the government introduced Employment Tribunal and Appeal Tribunal Fees, they expected the number of Claims presented to fall, but perhaps not by 70%.  Such a dramatic fall could not be explained in any other [...]

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Parliamentary Report on Discriminatory Work Dress Codes

When Nicola Thorpe was sent home from work for refusing to wear high heels she made headline news but also began a petition against forcing women at work to wear high heels which received over [...]

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Pimlico Plumbers v Smith [2017] EWCA Civ 51

Further confirmation from the Court of Appeal that even where someone considers himself to be self-employed and signs a contract agreeing that he is “in business on his own account”, although he could not be [...]

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British Gas v Lock [2016] EWCA Civ 983

The Supreme Court has today refused permission to allow British Gas to appeal against the decision of the Court of Appeal in this important case brought by employee Mr Lock concerning the calculation of [...]

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