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Slump in tribunal cases prompts review calls

Reposted from the Law Gazette

I do not think the issue fee of £250 is the main problem as there is a fee remission process and some firms could even loan this to the client. 440 more words

MoJ's new line on ET fees as spurious as the old one

As if further proof were needed, the latest set of quarterly tribunal statistics – released by the Ministry of Justice on Thursday – confirm the dramatic impact of the employment tribunal (ET) fees introduced in July last year. 705 more words

Tribunals

Oh Mr Munby did you really mean it?

Perhaps you should have spoken to the teachers at Feltham and not taken the word of management?

 

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Repeated security failings lead to £180,000 fine for Ministry of Justice

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has served a £180,000 penalty on the Ministry of Justice over serious failings in the way prisons in England and Wales have been handling people’s information. 431 more words

Security

Whitehall has taken on 100 technology experts over past year

By Tony Collins

The Cabinet Office says that government departments have taken on more than  100 IT experts over the past year.

The Government Digital Service (GDS) led the recruitment as part of a plan to raise technology-related skills in the civil service. 263 more words

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"Stupid is as stupid does....." Momma Gump 1994

This evening’s episode is a a link to CfBT’s own website. I have copied its content just in case they take it down to save embarrassment. 177 more words