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Cumming up roses

A couple of days ago on this blog, we found that poor Matt Hancock was King of the Ratios when it came to tweeting support for Dominic Cummings. But then today, we had the extraordinary sight of Dominic Cummings breaking … Continue reading

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Dominic’s cumming home

He’s cumming home, He’s cumming home, Dominic’s cumming home. But which home? On what date? And by what means of transport? These and many other questions remain unanswered, 24 hours after 14 out of 26 Cabinet ministers took to Twitter to … Continue reading

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Coronavirus cummings & goings

So, the coronavirus guidance says if you or someone you live with has symptoms of coronavirus, do not leave home for any reason, unless you need to find someone to look after your toddler. Which is why Dominic Cummings was following … Continue reading

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Latest ET claim stats: onwards and upwards

Once again, there is some good news this morning for any underemployed employment lawyers, with the latest set of quarterly employment tribunal (ET) statistics, covering the period October to December 2019 (Q3 of 2019/20), showing yet another small increase in the … 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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There you go, Theresa May. Fixed that Brexit White Paper foreword for you.

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On an allotment, somewhere in London N1 …

Aide 1: So, we switch our vote on the EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill. As a show of defiance against Trumpzi isolationism. Aide 2: Even May’s own MPs are appalled by what she’s done. She’s on the back foot. We … Continue reading

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So long 2016, and thanks for all the #ukemplaw reviews

So, 2016 ends with not one, not two, but four ongoing reviews of the so-called ‘gig economy’ and all that is wrong with our 21st century labour market. Well, maybe not all that is wrong with our labour market, but definitely … Continue reading

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Justice by Committee

No, it wasn’t the report we #ukemplaw nerds have been holding our breath for. We are still waiting for the Ministry of Justice’s report of its post-implementation review of the justice-denying employment tribunal (ET) fees introduced in July 2013. But … Continue reading

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