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Surge in BBC sex discrimination cases

Over the past two years the number of sex discrimination cases made against broadcaster the BBC has quadrupled, figures have...

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RAF officer wins tribunal award

An employment tribunal has awarded more than £16,000 to an RAF officer who claimed she was discriminated against because she...

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Gambling firms want EU laws changed

European Union (EU) officials have been urged to reform gambling legislation after one of its courts upheld a decision to...

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Labour employment laws scrutinised

The Government's pre-election intention to review employment law has been boosted by a new study which reveals widespread indifference to...

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Trust pays over age discrimination

A hospital trust has had to pay a former member of staff £187,000 in compensation after the 56-year-old manager missed...

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Working time directive should go

The coalition Government has been urged to support the repeal of the Working Time Directive, which aims to limit workers'...

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Half of travel chaos staff lost pay

A recruitment firm study has found that about half of all office workers who were caught in the ash cloud...

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Lawyer wins discrimination case

A lawyer has been awarded £123,000 at an employment tribunal after it was ruled he had been sexually discriminated against...

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Pilot loses racism claim case

A British Airways (BA) pilot who claimed he had been victimised for being Scottish has lost his tribunal claim. Douglas...

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Equitable members welcome compensation hope

More than one million policyholders who lost money in Equitable Life received hope from the new coalition Government today over...

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Ken Clarke appointed Justice Secretary

Ken Clarke admitted today that he was "surprised" at his appointment as Justice Secretary in David Cameron's new government. The...

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