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Prime Minister urged to back law change to improve grandparents’ rights

23 November 2017

Prime Minister urged to back law change to improve grandparents’ rights

Theresa May is being called upon to support law changes that will improve grandparents' access rights.

The key points from today’s Autumn Budget

22 November 2017

The key points from today’s Autumn Budget

The Chancellor presented his first Autumn Budget to the House of Commons today.

Judges demand overhaul of ‘corrosive’ divorce laws

21 November 2017

Judges demand overhaul of ‘corrosive’ divorce laws

Senior judicial figures are the latest to speak out in support of a movement to reform "outdated" divorce laws.

Trial underway to prevent ‘parental alienation’ during divorce

20 November 2017

Trial underway to prevent ‘parental alienation’ during divorce

Parents who try and turn against each other during divorce proceedings could be penalised with less contact with their children.

Firms struggling to calculate gender pay gap

17 November 2017

Firms struggling to calculate gender pay gap

Employers not fully understand the term "gender pay gap" (GPG), despite regulations on transparency being in force since April.

SMEs urged to prioritise workplace data security

15 November 2017

SMEs urged to prioritise workplace data security

Small business leaders being urged to prioritise data security training as a first line of defence against workplace fraud.

A judge has ruled that Uber drivers are not self-employed

10 November 2017

A judge has ruled that Uber drivers are not self-employed

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has rejected the appeal from ride-hailing firm Uber.

BBC announces ‘spike’ in bullying and harassment complaints

08 November 2017

BBC announces ‘spike’ in bullying and harassment complaints

There is a "spike" in the number of complaints by BBC employees alleging bullying and harassment.

Voluntary living wage boosts income for 150,000 workers

06 November 2017

Voluntary living wage boosts income for 150,000 workers

More than 3,600 companies will begin paying employees a higher rate of voluntary living wage.

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