When a person is dismissed from their employment, the process must be both fair and legal or it will be deemed unfair dismissal; even if the dismissal was justified.
In an interesting, if as yet non-binding, decision by the Advocate General in the European court, it seems the current method of licensing the broadcasting rights of football matches on a country-by-country basis may actually violate European law.
Recently the Office of Fair Trading issued a warning to businesses that it wants “no unwelcome surprises” in consumer contracts, especially in the small print. According to the BBC, a report from the OFT suggested 20 percent of the country had experienced contractual problems in 2010 and 70 percent of the OFT’s workload was caused by contractual disputes.
In Britain there has been a massive rebellion of sorts on the back benches of the House of Commons, the main seat of power in the United Kingdom’s Parliament. With all this going on in the news right now I thought this would be an excellent time to answer the question “What is a referendum?”
Yesterday, during the Royal Wedding, the Metropolitan Police arrested a number of members of a “zombie flash mob”. According to Lesbilicious magazine, the reason for the arrest was that the police wished to move the mob away from Royalists, in case they were caused offence.
Munir Hussain freed by Court of Appeal the day after refusing to grant him leave to appeal his conviction for permanently injuring a burglar at his home.