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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

Government seeks views on shared parental leave

Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson has announced a new consultation exercise, in which businesses and working families are invited to submit their views on how the system for shared parental leave and pay will work.

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Spending cuts threaten road safety

Travelling on Britain's roads can be dangerous for all road users, whether they are in vehicles, on bikes, or on foot. Therefore the news that the Government intends to cut public spending on road safety campaigns has been greeted with concern by one of the country's road safety charities.

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Part-time workers worry more about redundancy

The latest Job Security Index from Legal & General has found an overall drop in confidence among UK workers, and in particular among part-time workers, whose confidence in their job security is 10% lower than full-time workers.

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Safety failings led to worker's injury

A former Gateshead firm has been sentenced after an employee had two fingers broken when her hand was drawn into the dangerous moving parts of a large stitching machine.

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Comment on the Children and Families Bill

Work-life organisation Working Families has welcomed the publication of the Children and Families Bill today which extends the right to request flexible working to all employees and introduces shared parental leave.

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