Brexit News – Immigration Clamp Down

Since Britain voted out of the EU in June 2016, we have always maintained the view that until told otherwise very little will change for EU/UK relations until the exit negotiations conclude. The first pre-Brexit change could be implemented after the election after the Conservatives announced plans to cut net migration to fewer than 100,000 [...]

EU Brexit – What to expect

Hello and welcome back to your monthly employment law update. To put it lightly, it has been a busy month, the country’s EU status, current prime minister, footballing success and, hopefully, your underwear have all changed since our last newsletter. Furthermore, and despite Britain opting to leave the EU, it has also been a busy [...]

EU Exit/Brexit – Potential Impacts

The European Union has been a contentious issue in the UK from practically the day we joined. However with David Cameron promising a referendum there is a real possibility that the UK might leave the E.U in the near future.. Here are some of the impacts an European separation might have on employment law.   [...]