Scottish Government and STUC's memorandum of understanding re further devolution - First Minister and the STUC agree on transfer of powers

Wed, 13 May 2015

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has held her first bi-annual meeting with the Scottish Trades Union Congress. The meeting, which agreed a new Memorandum of Understanding reflecting the shared priorities of the Scottish Government and the STUC, also discussed the outcome of the UK General Election. The First Minister and the STUC share the view that as a priority the UK government should agree to the full devolution of powers over the minimum wage, trade union and employment law, health and safety law and equalities legislation and further devolution of powers over social security.

Category: Constitutional Law »  Devolution. Keyword(s): Employment law; Health and safety; Social welfare. Area(s) of law: Employment; Public Sector; Litigation.
Source: Scottish Government


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