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Articles, News and Features

News this month includes the Points-Based Immigration System coming into effect from December 2020, and the launch of an inquiry into freedom of expression from the Joint Committee on Human Rights and a call for evidence on ethnic disparities and inequality from the UK Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities . We also provide useful COVID related updates for employers and employees. Cases this month include important Supreme Court decisions on positive discrimination and also the application of EU Health and Safety Directives to workers as well as employees.

A blog from Cloisters barrister Caroline Musgrave considering the judgment in R (Independent Workers Union of Great Britain) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions r:and its importance for gig workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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This article from Emplaw authors, Lewis SIkin answers the key questions on the CJRS from this month. 

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