The Court of Appeal (CA) has held that when bringing a claim of indirect discrimination, an individual must prove personal disadvantage, as well as group disadvantage caused by the provision, criterion or practice (PCP).
The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) has announced that Brexit could give the government an opportunity to change its stance on the proposed reduction of over £170 million in pharmacy funding currently scheduled for October this year.
In the recent case of Greenfield v The Care Bureau Limited, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has made clear that when a part time employee's working hours increase, their entitlement to annual leave should be recalculated to reflect this.
Since the introduction of the government's subsidy programme for the small-scale installation of solar panels, schools up and down the country have taken advantage of the opportunity to lock into cheap and predictably priced electricity.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the UK's biggest pharmaceutical company, has given the UK a massive boost following the Brexit vote with an announcement that it is investing £275m in expanding its manufacturing facilities within the UK.