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UK government begins employment tribunal fees review

The UK government has begun its planned review of the impact and effectiveness of employment tribunal fees and the fee remissions scheme for low earners, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced. 16 Jun 2015

Legislative plans for devolution of tax, welfare and other powers to Scotland set out

Proposed new legislation which would see a range of new powers handed to the Scottish Parliament has been published by the UK government. 22 Jan 2015

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"Good news" for employers as High Court rejects second tribunal fee judicial review

The High Court has dismissed a second judicial review application by the trade union UNISON against the recent introduction of employment tribunal fees. Lord Justice Elias said that the union had not been able to provide evidence of "any actual instances"... 18 Dec 2014

Smith Commission reforms could facilitate employment tribunal forum shopping, warns expert

Businesses operating across the UK but headquartered in Scotland could have to defend themselves in disputes with English or Welsh workers before employment tribunals in Scotland under the Smith Commission reforms, an expert has said. 28 Nov 2014

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