For anyone interested in the gig economy and the vexed question of employment rights for those juggling freelance and zero-hours roles, the judgement in the Aslam v Uber case is game-changing.
A second case on vicarious liability to be overturned by the Supreme Court, this time relating to sexual misconduct by a medical practitioner.
Aside from being the scourge of every New Year’s diet, cake has now caused a real problem with the laws prohibiting discrimination in employment. It seems surprising – after all, pretty much everyone likes cake. So what’s the issue?