Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 21/05/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 21 May 2010
11 spoilt ballot papers? Unite the union would be as well dropping them into that volcano. Just as effective at stopping air traffic and avoids any temptation to secondary picket. And cheaper than appeals. Here is the news...
1. Section 75 News
2. £750 000
3. Artificial Light in the Workplace
4. Recession Adds to depression
5. Male Lawyers have Feelings, Too
6. Human Rights Act to be Retained
7. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - Court of Appeal rules BA strike lawful; EAT rules claimant's concessions eliminates disability claim; and High Court dismisses doctor's attempts to overturn suspension during disciplinary process.
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