Bribery Act 2010 under review

Bribery Act 2010 under review The government has announced that it will review the Bribery Act 2010 as part of a drive to reduce the burden on businesses.
24 January 2011

Part one of child protection review published

Part one of child protection review published Professor Munro was requested in June 2010 to undertake a comprehensive review of child protection systems within the UK.
24 January 2011

UK identity cards cease to be valid documents

UK identity cards cease to be valid documents After 21 January 2011, UK identity cards will no longer be acceptable proof of identity for proving age, identity or to use when travelling.
17 January 2011

Annual limit on migration comes into force

Annual limit on migration comes into force From April 2011, the number of workers permitted to enter the UK from outside the EU is limited.
11 January 2011

Additional paternity leave introduced from April 2011

Additional paternity leave introduced from April 2011 For babies/adoptions due on or after 3 April 2011. Fathers and partners may qualify for up to 6 months' additional paternity leave when a mother/partner returns to work with untaken maternity leave.
11 January 2011

Equality Act 2010: positive action from April 2011

Equality Act 2010: positive action from April 2011 The government has announced as part of its Equality Strategy that in April 2011, it will enact those parts of the Equality Act 2010 that permit positive action.
06 January 2011

Increase to statutory payment rates from April 2011

Increase to statutory payment rates from April 2011 The following increases to statutory sick pay, maternity pay, paternity pay, adoption pay and maternity allowance are anticipated for the week commencing 11 April 2011.
06 January 2011

Right to request flexible working extended

Right to request flexible working extended From April 2011, the right to request flexible working will be extended to apply to parents with children under 18. Currently it applies to those with children aged 17 or under, or those with disabled children aged 18 or under.
02 January 2011
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