Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 22/03/2013Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 22 March 2013
My sister has to drink just 35,000 pints of beer to make up the losses on family credit. Simples? No, because the VAT duty offset over time means she’ll only have to drink 29,167 before she’s actually onto a winner! Didn't get maths like that in school. Here is the budget week news...
1. Budget 2013
2. Pensions Update
3. Unemployment Rate
4. County Court Judge Position
5. NI/GB Comparative Law Table
6. Change at JCJ
7. GB Collective Redundancies Consultation
8. Employment Cases in the Media
9. Case Law
Summary highlights: Lots of Budget implications for employers, NIJAC's looking for a County Court Judge, Alana Jones is leaving JCJ, the comparative law table takes another update or two, and
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