Category Archives: BREXIT

Workers’ Rights and the EU

The annoying thing about the debate that has blown up over the weekend about workers’ rights post Brexit is that it rarely gets down to specifics. Take the Financial Times story on Friday. It referred to the possibility of divergence … Continue reading

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Can We Ban Christmas Travel Chaos?

As we face a Christmas of discontent, Ministers are, according to the Sunday Telegraph, ┬ácoming under pressure from backbenchers to introduce laws to curb strikes in important public services. Which is odd really, because they already have. The Trade Union … Continue reading

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BREXIT and strike ballots.

This is not a post about the employment law implications of Brexit. Obviously there are plenty of those out there – and I’m sure I’ll be writing a few over the weeks months and years that follow. I suspect that … Continue reading

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