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Royal Mail sell-off ‘on horizon’

The privatisation of the Royal Mail could begin in the next few months if workers accept a plan to give...

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CIPD calls for internship wages

A £2.50-per-hour training wage should be introduced for internships across the UK, a leading management body has said. The Chartered...

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Coalition ‘to lower immigration’

The Government is committed to cutting the number of immigrants to the UK, according to Home Secretary Theresa May. A...

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Former NHS boss wins legal battle

The former boss of a Kent NHS Trust at the centre of Britain's worst infection outbreak has won her battle...

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Plans ‘axed to promote racial mix’

Judges at the Court of Appeal have rejected a planning application in north London that would have seen the demolition...

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Firms confused over climate change

A study has revealed that the majority of British firms think environmental policy is unclear and there is a lack...

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Anaesthetist loses £1m damages bid

A doctor has lost his £1 million High Court damages claim for injuries sustained in an operating theatre at a...

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Safety boss backs Government review

A Government review of health and safety and Britain's "compensation culture" has gained the support of the Health and Safety...

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Payout for discrimination claim PC

A former policewoman has been awarded £275,000 after she suffered embarrassing and humiliating sexual remarks during her time as a...

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Defendant scheme ruled unlawful

Two senior judges have ruled that a Government scheme that requires defendants "to pay from their own pockets to establish...

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Health laws a ‘music hall joke’

A former Cabinet Minister leading a review into health and safety law has said he wants to prevent the legislation...

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