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UK becomes world’s eight largest industrial state

19 September 2017

UK becomes world’s eight largest industrial state

Britain has climbed a place higher in the rankings to become the eighth largest industrial nation.

Significantly low uptake of shared parental leave

18 September 2017

Significantly low uptake of shared parental leave

Expected uptake of shared parental leave (SPL) has been significantly slower than expected.

Wills, trusts and probate team retains high ranking in Chambers UK

15 September 2017

Wills, trusts and probate team retains high ranking in Chambers UK

B P Collins’ team maintains high ranking in latest High Net Worth Guide.

Workplace racism ‘affects a third of BME employees’

13 September 2017

Workplace racism ‘affects a third of BME employees’

More than third of black or minority ethnic (BME) employees are experiencing bullying, abuse or being singled out in workplace.

City regulator may approve ‘mortgages for life’

09 September 2017

City regulator may approve ‘mortgages for life’

Mortgages that last a lifetime may be made available to older borrowers from as early as next year.

Record number of over-50s in work

08 September 2017

Record number of over-50s in work

Unemployment rate for over-50s is down on last year with record number within the age group in work.

Government apology over employment tribunal fees

07 September 2017

Government apology over employment tribunal fees

The Government is acting quickly to end controversial employment tribunal fees.

Brexit: Leaked immigration paper

07 September 2017

Brexit: Leaked immigration paper

Paper from Home Office on plans for immigration system leaked.

Increased awards for discriminated employees

05 September 2017

Increased awards for discriminated employees

Huge rise in compensation employees should receive for injury to their feelings or psychiatric injury during a tribunal.

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