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12Jan2018
Bill to ban zero-hours contract a step closer

Bill to ban zero-hours contract a step closer

Bill to ban zero-hours contacts and improve workers' rights to come before parliament for second reading.

11Jan2018
David to travel to Japan to help build commercial links with Thames Valley

David to travel to Japan to help build commercial links with Thames Valley

David Smellie joining Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce delegation to the Kansai region in Japan. 

10Jan2018
BBC China editor Carrie Gracie resigns over equal pay dispute

BBC China editor Carrie Gracie resigns over equal pay dispute

Carrie Gracie reveals in a public letter that the BBC is facing a "crisis of trust" over gender pay disparities.

03Jan2018
Demand for employment tribunals up after fee scrapping

Demand for employment tribunals up after fee scrapping

Employment tribunal claims increased in the months after fees were declared unlawful.

21Dec2017
‘Whistleblowing’ judge set for employment tribunal verdict

‘Whistleblowing’ judge set for employment tribunal verdict

Judge cannot be afforded the same protections as other whistleblowers because she is technically not a "worker".

19Dec2017
No post-Brexit certainty until autumn

No post-Brexit certainty until autumn

European Commission is continuing with "no deal planning" and senior advisor urging British businesses to do the same.

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