Post Leveson Regulations Come Under Fire Amid Fears For Freedom Of Press

by wiredbarrister April 11, 2013 Guest legal blogging

The Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, and Labour all agreed to new reforms and an agreement on how best to regulate the UK press. A new regulatory body will be given the power to determine factors surrounding apologies made by the press. Publishers that do not sign up to the new regulations may face damages plus exemplary […]

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Poll Shows Discrimination Common For Women Returning From Maternity Leave

by wiredbarrister April 5, 2013 Employment Law

Law firm Slater & Gordon has commissioned a report on maternity leave and the effects that it has on job safety. The shocking results show that around one in seven are made redundant while on maternity leave and that 40% of those surveyed saw their jobs changed while they were off. Even more, around a […]

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