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UK nuclear is at a crossroads. On the one hand it faces immense challenges in the form of Brexit, concerns over new build, a lack of leadership from government and a potentially serious skills shortfall. On the other hand, there are huge economic opportunities – if we can seize them. ...
The terrible events at Grenfell Tower in West London provided yet another reminder of the heroism of the people who work in our emergency services.
A perfect storm is casting a shadow over the nuclear industry, yet the issue remains largely ignored in the general election. Given the scale of challenges facing the UK with Brexit, renewing our energy infrastructure and meeting our climate targets, this is worrying. It is also why our politicians need...
Prospect general secretary Mike Clancy will be talking about the future of trade unions at a Demos/Conservative Workers and Trade Unionists conference on Saturday 11 March.
Our core values will help members navigate the political and economic uncertainties ahead, says general secretary Mike Clancy.
“Too often… we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought,” said US president John F Kennedy in 1962. Fast forward 55 years. Opinion has never been more readily available, and inconvenient facts more readily ignored.
In the aftermath of the EU referendum, the resulting performances across the political spectrum have reinforced for me, that Prospect’s party political independence is one of our biggest strengths.