The European Commission

August 16, 1996

The European Commission is looking into claims that Britain may be in breach of European laws by allowing further education lecturers' terms and conditions to deteriorate. The Lecturers Employment Advice and Action Fellowship, one of the smallest lecturers' associations, has made a formal complaint claiming a breach of article 169 of the Treaty of Rome in that, the fellowship claims, the incorporation of colleges was a "pivotal feature" in an overall plan to bring about new and worse terms of employment.

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