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Human Law Ezine - December 2012

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Human Law Ezine - December 2012

Welcome to this month's edition of the Human Law Ezine, please take a look at our latest blog posts:

  • Why Equal Pay Litigation and Laws Fail Women and Men In the Workplace....
    Recently, the judge Lord Justice Mummery launched an attack against the “interminable litigation” brought to employment tribunals, implying that workers and employers had better things to spend their money on than lawyers’ fees.(Heaven forbid)....
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  • BBC Sacks Two Workers For Misusing Twitter - The Problems of Social Media
    The travails of the BBC continue with news that it has sacked two workers for misusing Twitter. BBC sacks two workers for misusing Twitter A further two workers have been disciplined following inappropriate behaviour on sites like Twitter and Facebook...
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  • NHS Face Up To Increased Fees To Deal With Age Discrimination
    According to the Telegraph, Professor David Oliver, the Department of Health's key adviser on the elderly, said the NHS was "failing to do basic things for older people."...
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  • Human Rights of the Elderly - Will Their Rights Be Protected? 
    The Equality and Human Rights Commission has today launched a new guide for older people, their families and friends in England and Wales. It claims to provides an easy to understand guide to home care and human rights...
    Read full post here

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