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18 April 2002

Britain and Indonesia sign agreement to combat illegal timber trade

Author: Associated Press

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17 April 2002

TUC [UK] welcomes MEPs’ ‘toughest approach yet’ to asbestos

Author: TUC

...The European Parliament’s proposed exposure limits would reduce British exposure limits by between half and two thirds, depending on the type of asbestos concerned.

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16 April 2002

Home wanted for Britain's burgeoning tyre mountain

Author: Oliver Bullough, Reuters

British businesses are harnessing new technologies to flatten the country's mountain of used tyres - growing by more than a million a month - as a European law gets set to make landfilling them illegal

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15 April 2002

Employers must assess workplace risks to pregnant women, EAT rules [UK]

Author: Equal Opportunities Commission [UK]

The failure of a nursing home to carry out an assessment of the risk posed by working conditions for new or expectant mothers was sex discrimination, according to a recent decision made by the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

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15 April 2002

Woolworths falls foul of child labour regulations [UK]

Author: Child Labour News Service

UK retail giant Woolworths has been fined after breaching child employment laws.

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12 April 2002

Black and Asian workers 'underpaid' [UK]

Author: BBC News

Black and Asian workers are paid far less than their white counterparts, and the government must act to address the problem, the TUC has claimed...the TUC says direct discrimination plays a part in the pay discrepancies in some workplaces.

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12 April 2002

Black and Asian workers 'underpaid' [UK]

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12 April 2002

Black and Asian workers suffer wage discrimination [UK]

Author: TUC

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11 April 2002

The Debate: Behind the corporate greenwash

Author: Tony Juniper, Director-designate at Friends of the Earth, and Graham Ward, Chairman of the British Energy Association, in Accountancy Age

Graham Ward claims the UK's energy companies take environmental issues very seriously, but Tony Juniper argues most do not take a global view and fail to recognise the scale of the challenge.

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10 April 2002

Eco soundings: Voluntary inactivity [UK]

Author: John Vidal, Guardian [UK]

In October 2000, Tony Blair exhorted Britain's leading 350 companies to publish environmental reports of their activities by the end of last year. New research by Friends of the Earth shows that just 23% of those companies have reported, 7% say they...

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