Weekly Review of Developments 19/2/2016Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 19 February 2016
Like Paul, we can't work it out. How VIP do you have to be if Sir Paul McCartney (he was in The Beatles!) can't get into a Grammies after show party? We wouldn't turn him away from our events if we saw him standing there. Whilst he's booking online, here's some news from across the universe...
1. Case Law Review
2. Modern Slavery Act Developments
3. Pensions and Tax Developments
4. New Part-Time Tuition Fee Regime in NI
5. Labour Force Survey Religion Report
6. Self-Employment Review
7. Racial Pay Gap
8. UK Low on Employment Benefits
9. Employment News in the Media
10. GB Developments
11. South of the Border
12. Women’s Leadership Conference - 11 March 2016
Case law essentials this week: John
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