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Renewed focus on modern slavery statements

United Kingdom - December 20 2018 The Home Office has recently sent out letters reminding organisations of their obligations to publish statements under the Modern Slavery Act 2015...

Soren Kristophersen.


How will the Brexit endgame play out?

United Kingdom, European Union - December 10 2018 This week is a crucial one for the Brexit process, with Parliament due to vote on the draft Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between Theresa May’s...


Trade union’s Deliveroo judicial review challenge fails

United Kingdom - December 5 2018 The High Court (“HC”) has dismissed a judicial review challenge to a finding by the Central Arbitration Committee (“CAC”) that Deliveroo riders are...


Ethnicity pay reporting: why it's not that simple

United Kingdom, European Union - October 18 2018 The Government says it is “time to move to mandatory ethnicity pay reporting”. Last week it launched a consultation on a possible new law. There is a...


Where might the Government’s Brexit White Paper lead us?

United Kingdom, European Union - July 17 2018 Although massively contentious, the Government’s White Paper proposals on the relationship between the UK and the EU post-Brexit add some flesh to the...