Concludes Channel 4's FactCheck blog. Here are three more succinct reactions:
Adrian Beecroft’s report is based on two flawed assumptions; that employment law is holding back economic growth (it isn’t) and that the law stops employers from sacking underperforming workers (it doesn’t).
If scrapping employment protection is your best idea for creating jobs, you don’t really have any ideas.
“The current laws are restrictive to an employers need to feel massively superior to everyone they employ”
I don't think even Adrian Beecroft or our cabinet of millionaires really think this is good for the whole economy. Like any ruling elite, they'd just like to see a bit more deference from the lower orders.