23 July 2018
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Senior judicial figures are the latest to speak out in support of a movement to reform "outdated" divorce laws.
Parents who try and turn against each other during divorce proceedings could be penalised with less contact with their children.
Employers not fully understand the term "gender pay gap" (GPG), despite regulations on transparency being in force since April.
Small business leaders being urged to prioritise data security training as a first line of defence against workplace fraud.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has rejected the appeal from ride-hailing firm Uber.
There is a "spike" in the number of complaints by BBC employees alleging bullying and harassment.
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