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In coming to power the Coalition Government had set out clearly that they wished to review employment law to maximise flexibility and to ensure a competitive edge, in short, there was a very real appetite to reduce red tape in this area as it was perceived as 'choking' growth. At the end of 2011, the Department of Business, Innovation & Skills called for comment on the TUPE and redundancy consultation processes because, 'Employers have said during the Employment Law Review that the...

Shortly after being elected, the Coalition Government identified the reform of employment law and the workings of the employment tribunal system as a priority.  Its rationale is to reduce costs and red tape, so that businesses can be confident about recruiting and dismissing (where necessary) while growing, without the risk of costly (misconceived or mischievous) employment tribunal claims.  As part of this programme, on 14 September 2012 the UK Government issued 2 new consultation papers.  The consultation papers propose (1) new...