One of the measures used in a bid to combat the COVID-19 pandemic has been work from home orders and advice. Where possible, people have been asked to turn part of their home into their office and work from there. It’s worth noting that this has primarily applied to office workers. If you work in… Continue reading What will be the consequences of working from home?
At the end of last week, we saw the conclusions of the investigation into claims that Priti Patel, the Home Secretary had bullied staff. It is important to note what was actually reported. I quote at length the substance of the conclusions here. “The Ministerial Code says “ministers should be professional in their working relationships… Continue reading Priti Patel and bullying accusations
This week, the Guardian reported on an attempt to deport a young girl at risk of experiencing FGM. Now, if the child’s mother or father were attempting to take her out of the country to face this horrific abuse, then the courts and the Government would rightly be doing everything in their power to stop… Continue reading Don’t forget about asylum seekers