Weekly Review of Developments 15/7/2016Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 July 2016
So, Boris Johnson is to head up the UK diplomatic service. We take it Jeremy Clarkson was otherwise engaged? Here is the news…
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Case law essentials this week: The EAT considers subconscious bias; an Advocate General issues an opinion that a blanket ban on wearing religious headscarves is not lawful; and the full Court of Justice of the EU rules on the right to carry over annual leave from one year to the next when employees have been
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