Many women who have had more than one of their children placed in public care or adoption on child protection grounds spent time in the care system themselves as children, new research has found.
A newly published report has revealed that the EU is making progress in the area of gender equality, but this progress is very slow.
10th October 2017 was marked by World Mental Health Day and this years’ theme was mental health in the workplace.
It is typically accepted that an employer has the right to monitor an employee’s actions during work hours and their use of work equipment, including internet, phone, email, and social network activities.
Following a joint consultation issued by the President of the Employment Tribunal (England & Wales) and (Scotland), new Guidance has been issued regarding the compensation that the Tribunal can award for ‘injury to feelings,’ otherwise known as ‘Vento’ Bands.
Trade body Homes for Scotland has called on the Scottish Government to take action to tackle a lack of activity at the higher end of the housing ladder.
The UK Government recently published a paper setting out its position on cross-border civil judicial cooperation with the EU post-Brexit.