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The real value of the average full-time wage fell by £487 in 2014, new Trades Union Congress analysis has revealed.
Over 250,000 people are set to spend their second successive Christmas on the dole, according to new research by the TUC.
The Work and Pensions Committee has called for funding and training improvements for Access to Work, helping disabled people into employment.
The increased use of zero-hours contracts and agency workers is preventing young people from obtaining permanent jobs, according to new analysis from the TUC.
Responding to the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger and Child Poverty, the TUC warns that new rules for benefit claimants will increase food bank usage.
Union leaders have criticised the Autumn Statement for failing to address the cost of living crisis and for the public spending cuts predicted by the OBR.
The government is collecting £17bn less than forecast in income tax because of the lack of earnings growth in the UK, according to the TUC.
With polls suggesting that next year’s general election is too close to call, new analysis from the TUC shows over four million ‘missing votes’ from people under 35.
Experiences of young people facing unaffordable housing costs, insecure tenure and exploitation by private landlords was a topic at the TUC’s Big Youth Debate.
The amount of time that commuters spend travelling to and from work has increased substantially over the past five years, according to new TUC analysis of official figures.
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