Jason Moyer-Lee has written a scathing criticism of the Taylor Review for the Guardian. Highlights include:

“Wishy-washy and full of fluff”

“Fell far short of expectations”

“An inaccurate understanding of the law as it currently stands”

“Full of vacuous fluff and light on substantive proposals”

“Little burden on employers, and no tangible impact on workers”

“No remedy if the employer says no”

“Some truly horrendous ideas”

“A damp squib, largely devoid of useful substance”

“This review has woefully under-delivered”

You can read it here: