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A worker can be accompanied at disciplinary or grievance hearings by a fellow worker or union official when the worker ‘reasonably requests to be accompanied at the hearing’.
The case of Birmingham City Council v Emery serves as a reminder that in community schools the employer is the local authority, not the governing body of the school.
On 1 January 2014, two new measures relating to so-called de minimis state aid have been introduced and will apply until 31 December 2020.
The right to appeal the 2012 case of Philips v Francis has been granted amid widespread concern about how landlords of residential property can reliably collect service charges.
Plans were announced this month to give the public a right to challenge the use and retention of central-government-owned sites.
The European Parliament has approved the final form compromise text of the new public sector and services concessions public procurement directives.
Land was given to Dartford Borough Council in 1903 ‘to be appropriated and used in perpetuity as a public recreation ground and for no other purpose whatsoever’.
On 19 December 2013, the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills released a new consultation on the use of zero-hours contracts.
As part of its policy of deregulating entertainment under the Licensing Act 2003 the government published a response to its consultation on the deregulation of Community Film Exhibition.
First LPA to be put into ‘special measures’ for failing to meet targets on the processing of planning applications
Blaby District Council has become the first local planning authority to be put into ‘special measures’ for failing to meet targets on the processing of planning applications.
The European Commission has provided the finalised and agreed threshold values to apply from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2015 for the procurement of public contracts.
On 12 December 2013, the Information Commissioner’s Office published an information sharing and data protection checklist.
Following the October consultation, Briggs LJ published his Final Report on modernising the procedures and practices of the Chancery Division this month.
In almost all circumstances, workers are entitled to receive a wage that is no less than the current national minimum wage rate for each hour of work.
Ms Chaloner was employed by Somerset Council as deputy director of Dillington House, an adult education and conference centre owned and run by the council.
The government has introduced a number of temporary changes to planning legislation, with the aim of revitalising rural communities and making use of empty agricultural buildings.
A few recent cases have thrown the spotlight onto a sometimes forgotten factor in possession proceedings.
The Court of Appeal recently penalised a party in costs for ignoring an invitation to mediate. The claimant had a £1.9m dilapidations claim against the defendant.