Monthly Archives: May 2015

11 05, 2015

I work….but only zero hours

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Zero hour contracts have become widespread in recent times and provide access to jobs for many people, which is beneficial of course, but what is made of the denial of rights which these contracts also bring? Up and down the country countless people are keenly waiting to be told whether they will be given the [...]

11 05, 2015

Diversity, our strength not our weakness!

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Immigration is one of the key features of the history and success of the United Kingdom. From the immigration of the indigenous population to foreign colonies in ages gone past to the more recent immigration of foreign citizens to the United Kingdom, it is clear that this is an issue which deserves and demands keen [...]

11 05, 2015

Access to Justice…a relic of the past?

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The phrase Access to Justice will bring up all sorts of ideas in ones mind. For legal professionals however, a more particular idea springs forth from the often misinterpreted phrase. That idea is one of justice not in the simpler sense but in the more complex sense of justice within the Judicial System itself. All [...]