UK fund managers face biggest hit from EU bonus cap
Employment Issues / In the News

UK fund managers face biggest hit from EU bonus cap

  Caps on bonuses paid to fund managers proposed by European lawmakers may prompt British investment houses, which have most to lose from the new rules, to look at new structures such as profit sharing partnerships favoured by law firms, experts say. “Kevin Poulter, a senior associate at lawyers Bircham Dyson Bell warned of an … Continue reading

Met Police Sergeant resigns over ‘unacceptable’ Thatcher tweets
Employment Issues / Social Media

Met Police Sergeant resigns over ‘unacceptable’ Thatcher tweets

It has been reported that a serving  police officer who sent offensive tweets following the death of Margaret Thatcher has resigned his position. Metropolitan Police Sergeant Jeremy Scott, had taken to Twitter to make ‘unacceptable’ comments. He is reported to have said that he hoped Lady Thatcher’s death was “painful and degrading”, was “87 years … Continue reading

Final twist for 17 year old Twitter troubled Police youth adviser
Employment Issues / Social Media

Final twist for 17 year old Twitter troubled Police youth adviser

It has been reported that 17 year old Paris Brown has now resigned from her position.  The’youth police commissioner’ in Kent has come under intense scrutiny following the discovery of offensive tweets after only 3 days in the job. Initially it was thought that Paris Brown would remain in her post despite the now-deleted tweets … Continue reading