Updated to include information on Benkharbouche v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs; Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Libya v Janah, in which the Supreme Court considered if state immunity could prevent claims for EU employment law breaches.
The Court of Appeal has held that the legislative provision that excludes park police constables from enjoying collective consultation rights is in breach of their, and their union's, art.11 rights under the European Convention on Human Rights.
The European Court of Human Rights has held that a Greek employer breached the human rights of an HIV-positive employee who was dismissed as a result of pressure from colleagues.
In Eweida and others v United Kingdom  IRLR 231 ECHR, the European Court of Human Rights held that, in failing to protect a Christian employee's desire to manifest her religion by wearing a visible cross at work, the UK breached the positive obligation under art.9 of the European Convention on Human Rights to secure her right to freedom of expression.
Five people - four men and one woman - dismissed from the British Armed Forces for being gay, have won substantial compensation awards from the government, following a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
HR and legal information and guidance relating to art.14 of the Convention on Human Rights (prohibition of discrimination).