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Back in March 2010, during the papal visit to Britain, a Times executive twice shouted across the newsroom: "Can anyone tell me what's happened to the f***ing Pope?" A Roman Catholic sub-editor was so upset that he took the paper to an employment
Rating A judge sacked from the Judiciary nine years ago has gone to court for the second time to challenge his removal from office. Former High Court judge Tom Mbaluto wants the court to quash the findings of the tribunal that recommended his removal
Andrew Cusick successfully sued Strathclyde Joint Police Board last year after they claimed he was guilty of gross misconduct for failing to inform detectives he was in contact with his fugitive twin...The board, which acts as a regulator of
I was at Easter Road yesterday watching Hibernian's SPL opener against Celtic. One of the questions in my mind was how long will it be before the first football manager is sacked? Football clubs appear to get away with operating in a parallel
However, legislation that accords philosophical beliefs the same protection from discrimination as religion should have employers cogitating on the potential repercussions...Joe Hashman, an animal rights activist, claimed he was unfairly sacked from
The Employment Appeal Tribunal reversed an earlier decision on paid holidays. The RMT union signalled its intention to appeal to the Court of Session in Edinburgh. Employers said shift patterns meant offshore workers could have six months off a year.
Judge Charles Harris, QC, president of the 600-strong Council of Circuit Judges, told The Times that the criminal law had become so complex that judges had to have it explained to them by academic experts. As for the civil law, that was so
A Christian registrar who lost her job after she refused to carry out civil partnership ceremonies has been refused permission to appeal to the Supreme Court. Ms Ladele, who became a registrar in 2002, said she could not carry out such ceremonies "
Professor Paul Buckland will be entitled to compensation from Bournemouth University after a previous ruling against him by the Employment Appeal Tribunal was overturned. He resigned from the university’s chair of environmental archaeology in a
Nadia Eweida, 58, from Twickenham, southwest London, wants three judges to overturn a decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in 2008 that she was not a victim of indirect religion or belief discrimination. The tribunal had heard that she