Reach tens of thousands of people instantly by advertising with Ekklesia. Find out more
Forcing millions to work even longer, as the government proposes, will worsen age and class divides, say critics of the UK government’s plans.
The rising number of working people living in poverty is causing the government to spend billions more than planned on social security, says the TUC.
The government’s General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) is so poorly designed that it will allow 99 per cent of tax avoidance to continue, says a new expert briefing
TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said that ministers’ focus on green levies shows that the government is siding with energy companies over consumers.
Men in their early 40s have the longest commutes in the UK, spending more than 67 minutes on average in getting to and from work every day.
Public transport campaigners are holding protests against privatisation at over 30 UK rail stations today.
The section of the controversial Lobbying Bill attempting to shackle trade unions has been declared unfit for purpose by an advisory committee.
Employers are being urged to be more sympathetic to requests for flexible working and annual leave from older members of staff.
Speaking today at the Save Our NHS rally in Manchester, TUC leader Frances O'Grady will say that the NHS faces the gravest crisis since it was established.
The TUC has announced that it is to hold a national day of action against employee blacklisting on Wednesday 20 November 2013.