Tag Archives: Daily Mail

‘Bosses Free to Spy on Emails’? Well no, not really

Sometimes even a rather routine employment law case can capture the imagination of the press and become a big story. This week the European Court of Human Rights found that there was no breach of Article 8 (respect for private … Continue reading

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An Insult to Christians? The Mail’s Insult to Our Intelligence

This morning’s front page of the Daily Mail is the sort of thing that keeps me up at night. There is a particular kind of deliberate stupidity – a boneheaded, almost joyous, refusal to understand or engage with an argument … Continue reading

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A load of ballots! Unite’s mandate for strike action distorted by the Mail

Today’s story is about industrial action ballots. It’s prompted by this report from the Mail Online which carries the headline: Held to ransom by 1,000 tanker drivers: Petrol stations face closure as less than half union’s members vote for strike Now … Continue reading

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