Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 17 July 2017

European Union

Brexit Bill

EU case law

Euratom bomb shell

Centre ground

Judiciary

Appointment of new Chief

Employment

Taylor review

  • primary legislation to define the boundary between self-employment and worker status
  • a new role for the Low Pay Commission exploring how to improve quality and progression in sectors with a high proportion of low paid workers,
  • a national framework for employability skills so we can develop the kind of transferable capabilities that can be acquired in formal education and also informal and on the job learning.
  • Specifically, that people who work for “platform-based companies”, such as Deliveroo and Uber, be classed as “dependent contractors”

Family law

Consultation on de-linking of money claims

Media law

Social media offences

Legal services

Inner Temple library

Tweet of the Week

That’s it for now. Our thanks to all who flagged up stories, via their blogs (which we always try to acknowledge) and via Twitter (where useful tweets are retweeted).

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