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Foster carer fights for worker status in potentially landmark case

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Published 9 October 2017

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In what may be a landmark case, foster carer Sarah Anderson fights for foster carers to receive “worker status” in an attempt to secure workers rights and protection. It will be interesting to see what approach the court takes, in an area of law which is already complex and the subject of much dispute.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41543651

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Foster carer fights for worker status in potentially landmark case

Published 9 October 2017

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In what may be a landmark case, foster carer Sarah Anderson fights for foster carers to receive “worker status” in an attempt to secure workers rights and protection. It will be interesting to see what approach the court takes, in an area of law which is already complex and the subject of much dispute.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41543651

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