Monthly Archives: December 2019

New Year, new enforcement body?

So, Boris Johnson held and won the general election that, back in August, I predicted he might well hold and win on the back of a ‘deal’ with the EU27 that, at that time, most commentators thought less likely than … Continue reading

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New ET claim stats: don’t hold the front page

On Friday, when you were possibly too busy drowning your sorrows to notice, the Ministry of Injustice published the latest set of quarterly employment tribunal (ET) statistics, covering the period July to September 2019 (Q2 of 2019/20). And, at first … Continue reading

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Brexit: Never really over

(With apologies to Katy Perry) I’m losing my self-control Fuck, the Tories got back in But I don’t wanna fall down the rabbit hole Cross my heart, I can’t do it again I tell myself, tell myself, tell myself, “Draw … Continue reading

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