Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday announced that a £65 fee for EU citizens applying for settled status would be scrapped.
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Theresa May defeats Tory coup.
What does Theresa May’s Brexit agreement mean for employers?
The ex Apprenticeships Minister Robert Halfon was asked to leave by the PM and revealed she did not give a reason for her decision, adding: “The Prime Minister has to make these decisions, I wasn’t really given a reason”.
The UK is now jostling to understand the implications of the General Election after a high-tension 24 hours resulted in a hung parliament with no single party holding a majority.
Theresa May is promising what she says would be the biggest expansion of workers’ rights by any Conservative government in history, if the party retains power.
On Tuesday morning Prime Minister Theresa May, after much trepidation, has announced that a general election will be held on the 8th June.
On January 9th Theresa May pledged to tackle the ‘stigma’ of mental health and demanded that from a ‘moral and economic standpoint’ employers should join her. So where does this leave wellbeing and more specifically our role in the workplace?
Theresa May is pledging to help schools and companies in England deal with the hidden injustice and stigma surrounding mental illness.
Last week, Prime Minister Theresa May and Secretary of State for Brexit David Davis discussed the government’s approach to Brexit, which included a commitment to protect and improve workers’ rights.
The prime minister has been urged to open an investigation into the growing use of self-employed workers after the Guardian found some couriers contracted to Hermes were struggling to earn the national living wage.