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New research from the TUC shows London is outperforming other parts of the UK in economic and jobs growth, while recovery is weakest in the North West and Northern Ireland.
The TUC Budget statement warns that the Chancellor's proposals for a new and more extreme round of austerity after the election will set growth back years.
A new report from the TUC argues that low productivity in the UK economy is largely caused by the government's austerity economics.
The economy can support a significant increase in the National Minimum Wage and there is a growing consensus this will benefit long term growth and stability, says the TUC.
The publication of a new report outlining in economic terms the global benefits of transitioning to a low carbon economy has been welcomed by Christian Aid.
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.
There is overwhelming evidence that human activities are mainly responsible for climate change since the mid-twentieth century, and urgent action is needed to tackle the problem, scientific experts have said.
New analysis published by the TUC shows falling household savings are underpinning the UK's economic recovery and preventing it from sliding back into recession.
An ITUC survey shows a majority of the UK electorate feel ministers prioritise business interests over workers' rights and have failed to tackle unemployment and tax avoidance.
The share of the economy going to wages fell by more than five per cent between 1980 and 2011.The TUC says increasing inequality hits low and middle income earners hardest.
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