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Corrine Noble

Corrine Noble Eversheds

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The right to manifest religion?

United Kingdom - October 2 2012 A recent case in the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) questions whether UK law does enough to protect people who manifest their beliefs at work.

Co-authors: Shirley Hall.

Pre-entry tuberculosis (TB) screening in India

United Kingdom - August 15 2012 Following the Government’s announcement in May 2012 that TB screening would be extended to 67 countries, including India, the UKBA has now announced its timetable and arrangements for rolling out its pre-entry TB screening programme in India.

Prevention of illegal working – updated guidance

United Kingdom - June 26 2012 The UK Border Agency (‘UKBA’) has recently updated their guidance on preventing illegal working  in the UK

Changes to sponsoring migrants under Tier 2 of the points based system

United Kingdom - May 23 2012 There have been a number of recent changes to the rules which apply to sponsoring non-EEA migrants.

Healthcare legal update: justifying discrimination on costs grounds

United Kingdom - April 11 2012 The Court of Appeal has recently published its decision in the case of Woodcock v Cumbria PCT.

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