Weekly Review of Developments 14/6/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 June 2019
Stone me! The way this Prime Minister selection/confession thing is going, we’ll probably find out Teresa actually ran through opium poppy fields.
What we learned this week:
- 2020 May bank holiday will be moved to mark 75th anniversary of VE Day
- Gender not children 'holds women academics back'
- Supreme Court hears case on vicarious liability in Whistleblowing
- Workplace burnout has been designated as an “occupational phenomenon"
- A scheme for the naming of employers found to be in breach of the UK's NMW has been suspended
And here's this week's contents list in full...
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