Post-Brexit Employment Rights

In this piece, Tom Jones and Richard Arthur of Thompsons discuss what the new Brexit ‘freedoms’ could mean for workers’ rights in the UK. They identify the immediate impact of the cessation of EU supremacy (and therefore a whole host of employee protective precedent from the CJEU) together with a range of unfortunately low hanging […]

Housing, Homelessness, Use of Land and Social Care Paper

In this piece, Liz Davies considers a number of proposals, both in the party’s recent manifesto and from across the left, for law reform of housing, land law and social care. She weaves what may be considered distinct areas of law into an all encompassing petition for ambitious action. This action not only restricts the […]

The Enforcement of Employment Contracts post-Brexit

In this piece, Grahame Anderson of Littleton Chambers explores a further and less discussed consequence of our exit from the European Union: the knotty question of enforcement of cross-border contracts. At the end of the transition period we will at present lose the reciprocity of existing measures which ensure claims are brought in the appropriate […]