Category Archives: employment

Brexit economist dismisses Government Brexit predictions – so why don’t we just use his?

On Monday, in an article in The Telegraph, Brexit economist Patrick Minford said that the Treasury’s projections of the long-term and short-term effect of a Brexit were “flawed”. He finishes by saying: The establishment is wrong over Brexit, as it … Continue reading

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*The EU and UK employment rights

Originally posted by Marion Thornly in her blog Ceret Diaries: The EU and UK employment rights   The following is a brief summary of a paper entitled “UK Employment Rights and the EU” recently published by the TUC.   The Treaty … Continue reading

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Employment rights for UK citizens in the EU post-Brexit

Will UK citizens be able to work in the EU post Brexit? On oft asked question. The answer may well depend on whether you already work in the rest of the EU (and how long for) or whether you have … Continue reading

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