NHS England has published its 10 year plan for the future of the NHS. This corresponds to the extra funding (£4.5bn extra per year in real terms by 2023/2024) that it is receiving from the Government...
The UK Government has published its second life sciences sector deal, updating the first from 2017. In its update, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy together with the Office for Life Sciences have underscored what was offered...
In a recent case the Supreme Court held that the DBS filtering rules, which govern whether certain criminal records information should be excluded from a DBS certificate, are too broad and an infringement on human rights.
With the recent release of Dr Nigel Watson's 'GP Partnership Review', we examine the key points raised in the report and the overall evolution of the partnership model, more importantly Limited Liability Partnerships.
We previously reported the Employment Appeal Tribunal's (EAT) decision in Efobi v Royal Mail (Efobi) case, which departed from the long established principle that the claimant bears the initial burden of proof in discrimination claims.
Since 2013, whistleblower protection has only been available to workers who reasonably believe that their disclosure is in the public interest. Can allegations by a worker that he or she has been defamed ever satisfy this test?
It is nearly a year since the rules on the taxation of termination payments for employees changed back in April 2018. The changes continue to prompt queries from our charity clients, so what do you need to know?