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If staff who regularly work unpaid overtime did all their extra hours from the start of the year, they would not get paid until 28 February 2014.
The UK government is lagging behind business leaders in its support for corporate transparency, a new survey suggests.
A drone victim due to travel to Europe to give evidence to parliamentarians was detained on 5 February by unknown elements of the Pakistani police. He has not been seen since.
A new report, Working for Poverty, from the Living Wage Commission says economic recovery will have no effect for one in five workers without a Living Wage.
“Superglue protesters avoid jail” declared a headline on ITN this week. As one of the protesters in question, I’m pleased to report that we didn’t only avoid jail. We were acquitted.
The unexamined orthodoxy of economic growth will ultimately ruin rich and poor alike, says Jill Segger. She argues for the citizen's income as a tool of justice and human flourishing.
Survival International has launched a worldwide advertising campaign highlighting Botswana’s persecution of Africa’s last hunting Bushmen.
Those displaced by the civil war inside Syria are expected to rise from some 3.5 million now to 6.5 million by the end of the year, says a senior UN official.
An extremely rare first-hand account of the shocking extent of sexual exploitation of young women of the Jarawa tribe on India’s Andaman Islands has emerged.
A decade on from the tragedy at Morecambe Bay where 23 Chinese workers lost their lives, vulnerable workers are still at serious risk, the TUC has warned.