Friday Round Up: 24/11/2023

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 24 November 2023
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Issues covered: Deliveroo judgement, Autumn statement, free webinars, Teacher's strike, AI, Sam Altman, The Worker Protection Bill, DEI

More pleasing to the eye than Nigel Farage's full moon party, we bring you the weekly round-up...

This week's top 5:

  1. Chancellor's Autumn Statement
  2. Minimum wage to rise to £11.44 per hour (and apply to 21 & 22 year olds)
  3. Deliveroo riders are not 'workers'
  4. NI schools to close as teachers plan five days of strike action
  5. Ousted OpenAI boss to return days after being sacked

And in other news............... the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland is starting a TED Talk Club for MII members and others with an interest in dispute resolution. Their first meeting will be on 16th January 2024 at 1.00 pm.


  1. Case Law Reviews
  2. AI and Employment Law
  3. Autumn statement
  4. Minimum wage to rise to £11.44

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