We have seen many recent news reports regarding gay rights apparently ‘trumping’ those relating to religion and/or belief when individuals have expressed or acted upon their religious beliefs. 512 more words
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Have you ever experienced that awkward moment when you get a friends request from a relative stranger? Worse still, have you ever experienced that awkward moment when you get a friends request from your boss? 560 more words
In the case of BBC v Roden ( UKEAT 0385_14_1205) Simler J sitting as the Employment Appeal Tribunal overturned a remarkable anonymity order which had been made at the conclusion of Employment Tribunal proceedings to protect the reputation of a claimant who had misled his employers and reaffirmed the importance of open justice. 1,130 more words
AN ARCHITECT who said she was marginalised after taking maternity leave has been awarded £250,000 in compensation by an employment tribunal after making multiple claims against her employers. More here (Mail Online).
#AceNewsReport – LONDON:June.11: An employment tribunal in West London has ruled in favour of a nursery worker who was fired after she responded to a co-worker’s questions about her church. 75 more words
In Queen Mary: nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition John Allen and I wrote: 1,033 more words