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  • Will extending the crime of wilful neglect help protect children?

    Later this year the Government plans to launch a consultation on extending the crime of wilful neglect to cover children’s social workers. This is in response to child sexual exploitation. A decision whether to adopt the proposals is expected by September 2016. The proposals have been met with fierce resistance. Some social workers see the […] The post Will extending the crime of wilful neglect help protect children? appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Bills to be split for proportionality and budget phases

    Master Gordon Saker ruling on the case of BP -v- Cardiff & Vale University Local Health Board [2015] EWHC Costs has commented that due to the difference between the old and new tests of proportionality it is “reasonable and necessary” for lawyers bills to be split into two parts, to distinguish between work carried out […] The post Bills to be split for proportionality and budget phases appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Government urged to stop punishing schools

    On the day that the Office for National Statistics confirmed that net migration to the UK is three times higher than the Government’s target, the Institute of Directors has accused David Cameron of “punishing business” with his “bizarre and unachievable” net migration target. The prime minister has stated that he wants to make it harder […] The post Government urged to stop punishing schools appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Where do schools stand with teacher pay rises?

    Pronouncing over the state of teachers’ pay has traditionally been the preserve of the Department of Education. However it seems that the Treasury is now putting pressure on the DfE to manage expectations against an automatic 1% rise. Although there has been a commitment to a 1% rise for public sector staff over the next […] The post Where do schools stand with teacher pay rises? appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Tribunal fees survive legal challenge

    Perhaps the biggest change in the world of employment law in recent years has been the introduction of tribunal fees. Not so long ago, a claimant could bring a claim for unfair dismissal or discrimination for free. Since 29 July 2013 it would cost them £1,200. The bad news for claimants is that the system […] The post Tribunal fees survive legal challenge appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

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