The fact that chief executive pay at Britain’s largest companies grew six times faster than ordinary workers' pay last year may be be shocking, but should not come as a surprise.
Anyone casually reading the news in July 2018 might have had the impression that Brexit could make it illegal for pensions to be paid to people who retire to a country in the European Union.
Leona Atkins, accessibility and disability network chair at the Met Office, overcame her fears and delivered a speech at this year’s TUC disabled workers’ conference about why train ticket machines are discriminatory.
As we prepare for Belfast Pride march on August 4th, we will never lose sight of the fact that Pride is a protest – a protest against the issues of LGBT+ poverty, hate crime, bullying in schools, treatment of LGBT+ asylum seekers, lack of funding for LGBT+ healthcare and a complete...
Prospect members on the Tesco Mobile and O2 contracts have been among those under pressure because of Capita’s financial difficulties, but the union has provided vital support for individuals during this difficult period, explains John Ferrett