Weekly Review of Developments 26/2/2016

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 26 February 2016
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1. Case Law Review  
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4. Brexit Referendum  
5. Employment News in the Media  
6. Equality Updates  
7. GB Developments    

Case law essentials this week: Just the one case this week - the famous British Gas v Lock case in relation to commission and holiday pay. A bit of a missed opportunity, in our opinion.

Highlights this week:

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