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.@CabrelliDavid, Chair of Labour Law at EdUni, speaking about the wider context of employment law changes over the past centuries. #JusticeEdinburgh
.@CabrelliDavid: The original expansion of labour rights have swung back since the 1970s; mirroring the reduction of the organised power of the labour movement. #JusticeEdinburgh
.@CabrelliDavid: It’s unfair to assume there’s an out of touch judiciary in terms of employment law - many important current rights have come about through judicial decisions. #JusticeEdinburgh
.@CabrelliDavid: Employment Law is reserved to Westminster. There are limited Equalities powers at Holyrood, but this limits ability to take action at a Scottish level. #JusticeEdinburgh
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