Chesterton v Nurmohamed – Can Public disclosures have a private interest

This is a whistleblowing case we covered a few years ago, that has since been through the High Court and Court of Appeal. The question from the original case remains the same; can a disclosure that is in the private interests of the worker also be in the public interest if it impacts other workers […]

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Taylor Review / Good Work Report | Progressive policy or an exercise in rebranding?

On paper the UK labour economy is one of the best in the world. Employment rates are at an all-time high and wages for the lowest earners are growing at their fastest rate for 20 years. However, much of this ‘employment’ is in zero hours or ‘gig’ work and actual pay remains below the pre-financial […]