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Leaked “government papers” spark fears over workers’ rights within Labour

The Labour party claims that government papers leaked by the Financial Times confirm its “worst fears” over plans to reduce workers’ rights after Brexit, when the UK will be free to deviate from EU rules and regulations under the new withdrawal agreement.

HSBC to undergo restructure following sub-par third quarter performance

Banking giant HSBC is to undergo a restructure in some regional divisions after subpar performance in areas of Europe and the US.

Tenant Fees Act a first step in addressing property expert Home Management Co Ltd's concerns

The new Tenant Fees Act, which came into force in mid-2019, has placed new rules and regulations on landlords and agents on what they are permitted to charge tenants and renters.

Axia ASD's autism concerns remain despite government headway

In The 2018/19 Parliamentary Review, best practice representative Axia ASD, a provider of diagnostic and post diagnostic services for those with neurodiversity, expressed a hopeful outlook on the plans for NHS England to make autism and learning difficulties a "key priority" in its ten year plan for the future.

Vote to take place on prime minister’s call for December election

Boris Johnson has announced that if he is granted an election on December 12, he will endeavour to make his Brexit deal bill law.

EU grants Article 50 extension to January 31 2020

The EU has agreed to extend the deadline to Article 50 until January 31 2020, according to a tweet from European Council president, Donald Tusk.

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3,000 bus routes compromised in ten years, study says

According to a new study, 3,000 local bus routes have been scrapped or reduced in the last decade amid a fall in funding, which the Campaign for Better Transport says has fuelled “poverty and social exclusion”.

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