Monthly Archives: October 2022

Good Law Project: funny money

Back in November 2020, when Jolyon Maugham and his (Not Very) Good Law Project were launching new crowdfunded cases at the rate of more than one a month, the Guardian purred that the GLP “relies on crowdfunded donations of £10 … Continue reading

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Workers’ rights: Back to the future of December 2019?

So, with the “new era” of Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng having lasted all of seven weeks, Rish! Sunak is back in Downing Street. And, shortly before being clapped through the lobby of Number 10 by the waiting officials and … Continue reading

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Take-up of statutory paid paternity leave: the Daddy of all bogus statistics

“Only a third of eligible fathers taking paternity leave” (People Management) “Just a third of eligible fathers take paternity leave” (HR News) “Only one in three fathers take paternity leave, research suggests” (Daily Mail) “Just a third of eligible new … Continue reading

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Oops! The Not Very Good Law Project has lost. Again.

Yes, it’s not the result that Jolyon Maugham KC and his (Not Very) Good Law Project were hoping for, but today the High Court flatly rejected claims by the sanctimonious Jolyon and his dark money-funded GLP that the Government’s purchase … Continue reading

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