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For those of you waking up today and the outcome of the General Election hot off the press an interesting review of what a hung parliament could mean for employment law.

http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/article-details/a-hung-parliament-could-have-a-major-impact-on-uk-employment-legislation

It will also be interesting to see how this will impact the Brexit negotiations.

What impact would a hung parliament have for your business?

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All the best

Sarah

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  • In my experience at local government level, being hung means that only the obvious and important really get done, most of the rest get overlooked or timed out, and decisions / plans can change as they work through the various levels of decision making.

    I suspect that means a lot of employment law will stay as it is for a good few years.

    What may be more interesting is how the government approaches issues of equality - in particular sexual orientation and religious belief given the DUP's conservative stance on these matters - Theresa May's reassurances to Ruth Davidson notwithstanding....

  • Hi Sarah,

    This article relates to the May 2010 election ...  However, it will be interesting to see how the Great Repeal Bill progresses with a minority government!

    regards

    Debbie

  • All very interesting Sarah

    Wonder if it will impact on the Apprenticeship Levy too?

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