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 [...]

Right to work in UK case – Checklist for fair dismissals

As stated earlier, last week we looked at a case concerning rest breaks against Abellio London Ltd. This week there is an ET decision involving the same employer, however, this time they won their case. In Baker v Abellio London Ltd, Mr Baker was a Jamaican born UK resident employed by Abellio. During immigration status checks [...]