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Human Law Ezine - June 2014

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Human Law Ezine - June 2014

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

  • We All Could Go To Jail Due To Increased Trend to Watchdogs
     
    So Nigel Farage could be in trouble with the election watchdog after failing to declare £200,000 in donations over more than a decade.
     
    The Ukip leader apparently disclosed to Brussels authorities that he had been receiving free use of an office in Britain since 2001 but he did not tell the Electoral Commission. This deals with whether Mr Farage has been pocketing EU expenses. ....
    Read full post here

     
  • Employment Tribunal Fees Continue To Undermine Claims
     
    According to recent statistics, the number of employment tribunal claims lodged in the first three months of 2014 fell by more than half compared to the same period last year.
     
    Between January and March 5,619 single claims were made compared to 13,739 during the same three months last year - a 59% fall...
    Read full post here

 
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