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Pensioner families across the UK will suffer social security cuts worth £6.38bn a year by the time the government’s welfare reforms have taken full effect, the TUC warned yesterday (18 August)
New analysis published by the TUC shows that the majority of claimants who will be hit by the new five-week wait welfare reform are short-term claimants who only claim benefit for a few weeks.
The TUC and CBI have today (1 August) marked the first anniversary of the government’s Traineeships programme by signing a joint statement of support for those wanting to take part in the scheme.
Employment tribunal fees have been a huge victory for Britain’s worst bosses, according to a new TUC report marking the first anniversary of the new charges.
Children England, along with many of their member organisations and the TUC have published a new joint agreement on the future of children’s services commissioning.
Government cuts to Network Rail’s funding are putting the lives of rail passengers and maintenance workers at risk, according to a report published today by the TUC’s Action for Rail campaign.
The TUC has written to Business Secretary Vince Cable urging him to modernise the rules governing strike ballots and bring union voting methods into the 21st century.
Most people who lose their jobs will soon have to wait five weeks before they get any cash help, according to small print in the Universal Credit rules, say the TUC.
Over the past four years, the government has either frozen public sector pay or limited pay increases to well below the cost of living, leaving public servants on average £2,245 worse off, says the TUC.
The government’s decision to end real terms spending increases on the health service could mean that the NHS will be losing out on £25.5 billion a year by the end of the decade, the TUC has warned.