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Lucy Sorell

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Iceland faces a sizeable bill from HMRC in the wake of allegations that it has breached National Minimum Wage (NMW) legislation. The supermarket ran a savings scheme whereby staff chose to have amounts deducted from their wages to save in a separate account...
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As we near the end of the year, it is time to take stock and look ahead to the changes announced in the Budget at the end of last month, due to come into effect from April 2019. National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage ...
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Megan Butler, Executive Director of Supervision (Investment, Wholesale and Specialists Division) at the FCA has written to Maria Miller MP Chair, Women and Equalities Committee regarding the Women and Equalities Committee Report on Sexual Harassment in the...
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You may remember our report on the case of Various Claimants v WM Morrisons Supermarket PLC , in which the High Court held that Morrisons was vicariously liable for the actions of one of its employees in posting online personal details of 100,000 other...
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It’s that time of year again! With effect from 6 April 2018, the following increases to current Tribunal compensation ranges will apply: The maximum compensatory award for unfair dismissal will be increased...
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In early January the Fawcett Society published a report on sex discrimination laws in the UK. The re-port looked at the UK’s current sex discrimination laws and other laws protecting gender equality, ex-amined whether they were fit for purpose...
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A study by Migrate UK has shown that a large number of employers holding a sponsor licence are not complying with their sponsor duties. All employers sponsoring migrant workers are required to notify the Home Office of a number of different changes...
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The Guardian recently partnered with Operation Black Vote to assess the ethnic makeup of Britain’s most powerful. They drew up a list of around 1,000 of the UK’s most influential figures across a number of sectors including politics, financial...
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Ryanair faces continued media interest in the context of an investigation by HMRC into the employment structures it imposes on its UK-based pilots. Ryanair requires its UK-based pilots to set up their own Irish limited companies of which they become...
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Ryanair has been the target of much unwelcome press recently due to its mismanagement of a change of holiday year for pilots, leading to an unprecedented number of flight cancellations, which left the airline with a compensation bill for affected passengers...
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