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Firm fined over hay bale death

A renewable energy firm has been fined £130,000 after a driver was killed by a 700kg bale of straw. Gary...

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Work laws too expensive for bosses

Various parts of employment legislation being introduced over the next four years will cost firms too much money, bosses have...

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Warning made over legal aid cuts plans

Two law groups have warned that planned cuts to the legal aid budget will cost more than they will save....

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Ageism claim host may return to BBC

Axed presenter Miriam O'Reilly – who won an ageism claim against the BBC – could return as a daytime TV...

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Top court ‘threatened by funding’

The president of the highest court in the UK has said its funding set-up means its independence is not assured....

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‘Fewer roles’ for foreign workers

The range of jobs available to foreign workers from outside the EU will be slashed by more than a third...

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Goverment urged to make human rights call

The Government should consider withdrawing Britain from the European Court of Human Rights unless it can significantly reform within two...

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Employers face discrimination fine

Employers will face an extra financial penalty if they are found to have discriminated against an employee under new Government...

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Couple hunt holiday compensation

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Author: Malcolm Underhill

A newlywed couple are among a group of more than 300 holidaymakers who have launched a legal bid for compensation...

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Firms fined over steeplejack’s death

Two building firms have been fined after a steeplejack fell to his death from 164ft. John Alty, a father of...

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Work tribunal reforms proposed

Proposed Government reforms to the employment tribunals process include raising the qualifying period for unfair dismissal claims from one to...

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Peer convicted of expenses fraud

A former Tory peer has been found guilty of falsely claiming more than £11,000 in expenses. Lord Taylor of Warwick...

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