TweetThey say that the only thing worse than people talking abut you, is people NOT talking about you. Here we have another story involving uber….this time being sued by a user who’s data revealed they […]
TweetBBC News is reporting that the underground strike due to commence on Sunday, 5th February 2017 has been suspended.
TweetA couple of weeks ago the press was abuzz with stories on dress codes after the Petitions Committee and Women and Equalities Committee of the House of Commons produced its report into gendered dress codes. […]
TweetAfter much delay, a bit more delay and then, for good measure a tad more delay the government have finally released their report on Tribunal Fees. The Report finds that the systems “original objectives have […]
TweetThe government is considering extending the protections for pregnant and new mothers in response to the Women and Equalities Committee report in the middle of last year. Quite when the consultation will begin is not […]
TweetIt is what could be a big week for those who provide services to the public. On Wednesday, 18th January the Supreme Court is to deliver its judgment on FirstGroup (PLC) v Paulley which looks at […]
TweetMore tube strikes were announced today. the strikes over safety are due to take place on February 6th 2017.
TweetNew dates are announced for industrial action on southern trains with Friday 13th January and the 24th, 25th and 27th of this month being named as dates when the action will continue. Only a very […]
TweetMore industrial action effects the South-East as the strike on Southern Railway continues. Action is over safety concerns arising from plans to have train drivers, as opposed to guards, responsible for shutting train doors.