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Richard Dunstan is a policy wonk who has worked for Citizens Advice, the National Audit Office, the Law Society, and Amnesty International UK.

Javid revs his engine on TV licence fee evasion

Javid revs his engine on TV licence fee evasion

Sir Humphrey Appleby – perhaps the most outstanding civil servant of his or any other generation – famously included among his five basic rules of government: Never set up an…

Labour (finally) grasps the nettle on employment tribunal fees

Labour (finally) grasps the nettle on employment tribunal fees

As if further proof were needed, the latest set of quarterly tribunal statistics– released by the Ministry of Justice last week – confirm the ongoing evisceration of workers’ access to…

The end of the road for civil recovery?

The end of the road for civil recovery?

The future has not looked especially bright for the UK’s once rapidly growing civil recovery industry, ever since its leading practitioner, the Nottingham-based Retail Loss Prevention (RLP), and its retailer…

ET fees & dodgy stats: Ignorance is bliss

ET fees & dodgy stats: Ignorance is bliss

Since March, and especially since June, when quarterly tribunal statistics released by the Ministry of Justice revealed 79 and 83% falls in the number of employment tribunal (ET) claims in…

Vince Cable: hero, or zero?

Vince Cable: hero, or zero?

Last week, with the Queen’s Speech having confirmed there is time for a bit more employment law reform before next year’s General Election, Vince Cable’s Small Business, Enterprise & Employment…

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