Weekly Review of Developments 16/9/2016Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 16 September 2016
Crumbs. Neil Kinnock’s more famous for his soggy bottom, of course, but could it be true that the Camerons might be the new hosts of Bake Off? Channel Four seems to pay the kind of dough kneaded to attract a proven baker and her out of work former Prime Minister husband. Here's the rest of the news that's taken a battering this week...
1. Case Law Review
2. NI Equality & Diversity Gala Awards Launch and Equality News
3. NI Employers' Brexit Survey - Win A Stay At A Hastings Hotel
4. Telling Tubbies
5. Employment News in the Media
6. GB Developments
7. Health and Safety Developments
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