Weekly Review of Developments 29/4/2016Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 29 April 2016
Sometimes the stories are just too dangerous for us to provide a pithy comment on. It might be de rigueur, but this is one writer who isn't looking forward to being suspended from work like everyone else seems to be this week. Even the weather's controversial for the time of year. Hopeless. Here is what's left of the safe news...
1. Case Law Reviews
2. NI Employment Bill Receives Royal Assent
3. Cyber Security
4. Data Protection Developments
5. Low Pay Commission Looking for Help
6. Apprenticeship Levy Needs Radical Rethink
7. Employment News in the Media
8. GB Developments
9. Health and
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