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Brexit and workers’ rights

Professor Simon Deakin and Professor Michael Gold talk on ‘What the UK's membership of the EU has entailed for workers’ rights and how the UK might achieve dynamic alignment of these rights after Brexit.’


Why is equal pay for women so difficult to achieve?


The future of UK labour law


Flexible work and its consequences: historical perspectives

Nearly one million workers in the UK are on zero-hour contracts. A further five million are nominally self-employed. In modern Britain, flexibility is often presented as a way of reconciling pressures between work and family life.


The Working Women’s Charter 40 Years On


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