Amidst high profile cabinet resignations and threats of a leadership election the Government published its Brexit white paper The Future Relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
Since the referendum there have been a number of suggestions made as to how employment law could be changed to assist businesses. Losing the gold plating on TUPE is a popular suggestion, as is making changes to the Working Time Regulations and perhaps ditching the Agency Workers Regulations altogether.
However, if that's what businesses were hoping for they are going to be disappointed - it appears Theresa May is sticking to her promise to carry EU laws over into UK law. The proposal in the white paper is that the UK and the EU commit to non-regression of labour standards, and that the UK and the EU also commit to upholding their obligations deriving from International Labour Organisation commitments.
Of course, these are proposals, and they are dependent on a deal actually happening, so nothing is set in stone...