With Britain set to leave the European Union on 31 January 2020, thoughts inevitably turn to what lies ahead. Will EU workplace rights be retained and will the ECJ’s judgments on workers’ rights remain binding?
Rolleen McDonnell considers the strategy employees should have when dealing with a potential redundancy in the wake of Brexit.
“Too many foreigners in the English game” has been cited by the Brazilian football legend Carlos Alberto as a reason for the English national side’s poor showings in international tournaments. Could Brexit give more English-born players a chance to play in the Premier League?
On 23 June 2016, British voters will determine whether the UK will leave the EU (also known as ‘Brexit’). Given that many UK employment rights are in some way derived from European law, what consequences would leaving the EU have on employment law?