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UK's ‘back to work’ plan puts business and unions at odds: James Davies comments for Business Matters

06 May 2020

'Trade unions and business leaders were at loggerheads on Monday night over Boris Johnson’s “back to work” strategy, following claims that employees’ lives could be put at risk as the British prime minister tries to restart the economy.' In this article for Business Matters, James Davies discusses the liability risks that employers face and how those risks can be avoided with health and safety regulations.

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