(2003) New Labour M.P. Harriet Harman -FINED £400 FOR SPEEDING

In 2003, Harman was fined £400 and banned from driving for seven days after being convicted of driving at 99 mph (159 km/h) on a motorway, 29 mph (47 km/h) above the speed limit. The sentence was criticised by some given that Harman’s salary at the time was £115,989 plus full parliamentary pay.

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  1. My instinct tells me this would be daagming and undermine the whole point of having a flexible bank of agency workers, but I’ve not read enough to be sure. Take the profession I trained in: how would the new rules affect supply teachers from agencies? Would they really get the same holiday rights? Who would pay for them? How would sick pay work if you’re working in an average of three or four schools per week?Would the rules apply in the same way as an agency nurse who had been working at the same hospital for – say – nine months?Surely the differing circumstances of agency staff would make this very hard to implement across the board?

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