Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Employers face the prospect of battling discrimination claims years after an employee has left their company following a landmark Supreme Court ruling 24 October

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  More than 170 women who worked in low-paying jobs for Birmingham City Council and claim they were paid less than their male colleagues won the right to have their discrimination case heard in the courts. The ruling means that … Continue reading

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Chelsea had a chance to show they understood the damage the racist case has done – and they Blue it

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  Chelsea had a chance to show they understood the damage the Terry case has done – and they Blue it Mirror chief football writer Martin Lipton says allowing John Terry to remain captain after he accepted his racism ban … Continue reading

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Shame on Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell Row over Police plebs comments (Part2)

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The row over Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell’s outburst at police officers in Downing Street has been “hijacked”, Defence Secretary Phillip Hammond says. Mr Mitchell met Police Federation representatives on Friday to discuss a claim – which he denies – that … Continue reading

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David Cameron and Boris Johnson “One Nation Speech”

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  Recently I had some opportunity to compare the latest speeches on “One Nation” and found it to be very intriguing indeed whilst there is no denying that it was originally a tory mantra it’s not surprising that Young Ed … Continue reading

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Shame on Tory Chancellor dilute employees’ rights

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  George Osborne revived controversial plans to dilute employees’ rights by announcing that workers will be offered shares in their companies in return for giving up their legal rights at work. From April next year, companies will be able to … Continue reading

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The much Talked About Young Ed’s One Nation Speech

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  Great speeches do not election victories make. If they did, Michael Foot and Neil Kinnock – whose oratory far outclassed that of their opponent – would have easily defeated Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s. Nonetheless, the annual address to … Continue reading

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Chinese Centre at Oriental City – Online Petition

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Firstly I would like to give some acknowledgments to Sonny Leong and Anna Chen for their help with their research with out them this would not have been possible. Many may remember Oriental City in Colindale, it was the site … Continue reading