The UK will enter negotiations with one hand tied behind its back unless it addresses concerns over civil service capacity and workloads.
The oversight of thousands of publicly-funded academy schools, which once operated under the auspices of their local authorities but are now subject to semi-private management by charitable trusts, is a mess.
Abigail Rumsey, a Prospect delegate at the TUC young workers’ conference, reflects on why the union must embrace technology as part of its organising strategy.
The British Safety Council celebrated 60 years of campaigning and saving lives at the Regent Street Cinema in London in March.
The changing world of work poses plenty of challenges for unions. Some of these are thrown into sharper relief by the rise of the gig economy and the uncertain shadow of Brexit.