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This article was published on Cornish Mutual's guest blog as part of their first Young Driver Awareness Week, taking place between Monday 29th September - Friday 3rd October 2014.  As well as special guest blogs, it features videos...
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A few years ago Tony Blair's government hit upon the idea of naming and shaming employers who break the law. They started with those who failed to pay the National Minimum Wage and moved on to those who employ migrants illegally (now fondly known as...
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The new Health and Work Service starts in October 2014 and will be fully operational by May 2015. The government has out-sourced the service to Health Management Limited (HML), a subsidiary of Maximus Inc, a US corporation which manages social programmes in...
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The road to Dartmoor Prison is high, bleak and exposed - well, of course it is. The prison was built in the eighteenth century to contain French prisoners of war!  On 18 January 2013 the road was closed at the Yelverton roundabout because of snow and a...
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The case of Coleman v Attridge Law  found that an individual could be discriminated against because of their association with a disabled person. For example, if an individual is dismissed because their child was disabled and, as a result, they were...

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This article was published on Cornish Mutual's guest blog as part of their first Young Driver Awareness Week, taking place between Monday 29th September - Friday 3rd October 2014.  As well as special guest blogs, it features videos...
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The new Health and Work Service starts in October 2014 and will be fully operational by May 2015. The government has out-sourced the service to Health Management Limited (HML), a subsidiary of Maximus Inc, a US corporation which manages social programmes in...
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The case of Coleman v Attridge Law  found that an individual could be discriminated against because of their association with a disabled person. For example, if an individual is dismissed because their child was disabled and, as a result, they were...
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In a notable act of compassion on 30 July 2014, the Supreme Court ruled that an employer's defence of illegality (to a claim of racial discrimination on dismissal from unlawful employment) was trumped by a public policy point that this is an affront to...
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In 2013, the Danish courts referred the case of Kaltoft v Municiaplity of Billund to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to determine whether obesity constitutes a disability. The case concerned Mr Kaltoft, a childminder who alleged that...