Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 18/06/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 June 2010
So they want to ban vuvuzelas but not Cliff Richard and his stripy jacket from Wimbledon - is this a race issue? Should we race to switch off the tele before the tennis starts? Here is the news...
1. Employment Bill
2. Employment (No. 2) Bill
3. NI Discrimination Cases Digest Published
4. Vetting and Barring Scheme on Hold
5. Women Naturally More Susceptible to Stress
6. Internet Abuse Employee awarded £38K
7. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - The EAT sets out guidance for weight of a GP's evidence in relation to 'depression' in DDA cases.
1. EMPLOYMENT BILL
The Final Stage of the Employment Bill was passed on Wednesday by
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