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The General Secretary of the TUC, Frances O’Grady, will today (12 September 2016) set out her priorities for working people, and for Brexit, in a keynote speech to the TUC Congress.
Around one in eight men and women are forced to stop working before state pension age due to ill-health or disability, according to TUC research published today.
Record employment and high profits show that employers can afford a national minimum wage increase, according a submission to the Low Pay Commission by the Trades Union Congress published yesterday.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is calling on the Government to undertake a radical overhaul of the childcare system to make it easier for families to balance earning and caring, and improve the quality and affordability.
The scale of homelessness in Scotland is a "damning indictment" on modern society and politicians must do much more to tackle the problem, a Church leader has said.
Young people’s falling long-term economic prospects will not be improved by cutting pensioner benefits to fund more public spending on the young, says a new TUC report.
David Cameron has emailed supporters to tell them of his plans to ‘make Britain greater still’. One part of these plans is to create three million Apprenticeships.
Cuts in the UK have harmed many of the most disadvantaged, including people who are disabled or low-paid.
Analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) shows how severe the impacts of Conservative cuts for low-paid families with children will be , says the TUC.
The total wealth of Britain’s richest 1000 individuals and families has more than doubled over ten years, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
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The impact of new and existing laws on private renting in Scotland is the main theme of a high-level conference taking place in Edinburgh.
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