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By Wrigleys Solicitors
We start this edition with a look at recent Equality and Human Rights Commission guidance on the use of confidentiality clauses within employment contracts or settlement agreements particularly in the context of discrimination, ...
By Aurea Kevill
The Brexit Party would abolish Inheritance Tax, which it refers to as a 'grief tax' that it claims raises less than 1% of total tax revenue.
By Zahra Al-Moozany
With the claim to raise £83 billion through reforms to taxation, we look here at the key tax pledges in their proposal to bring about 'real change'.
By Chelsea Martin
We look here at the Conservative Party's key tax pledges in their proposal to 'unleash Britain's potential'
By Wrigleys Solicitors
As we now have a general election confirmed for the 12th December, whilst we await their manifestos we take a quick look at the position
By Lynne Bradey
A lot of people understand that the Court of Protection makes decisions about people's finances. The Court's powers are much wider than this though.
By Michael Crowther
Most EU Member States have laws specifically regulating video surveillance, the majority of which prohibit covert video surveillance of staff by their employers.
By Alacoque Marvin
Recent employment and tax law decisions highlight risk that "self-employed" individuals engaged through their own companies could be employees.
By Michael Crowther
The Equality Act 2010 (the 'Act') protects employees from discriminatory acts at work. The Act specifically provides that a discriminatory act done by a person (A) in the course of A's employment
By Graham Shaw
We look here at the pledges for schools in the Brexit Party's 'Contract with the People', published on Friday.
By Graham Shaw
We look here at the key Conservative pledges for schools following publication of their manifesto yesterday.
By Graham Shaw
We look here at the key Labour Party pledges for schools and the National Education Service, following publication of their manifesto yesterday.
By Graham Shaw
We look here at the key Liberal Democrat pledges for schools and the early years following publication of their manifesto yesterday.
By Michael Crowther
Courts and tribunals are not obliged to follow it, but guidance may be used as evidence in proceedings.
By Graham Shaw
Given the uncertain election outcome and the chance that the Greens may find themselves in coalition with Labour and the SNP, it is worth a read.
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