Press Releases

NEW: You Tube clip of Ewing & Hendy

18 February 2015

It’s official. UK workers need a pay rise. Thank you Mr Cameron for your belated words of wisdom!

But Cameron’s outburst is no more than the Bullingdon Boy’s equivalent of saying, ‘let them eat cake’. Cameron is so far removed from the people he allegedly represents that he cannot see the problems let alone the solutions.

Recent press releases from the Institute

You will find below a list of all the latest press releases from the Institute of Employment Rights, covering our publications, consultation responses, briefings and events.

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Don’t believe the (business) hype

31 July 2015

By David Whyte, Professor of socio-legal studies, University of Liverpool.

If there is one thing that business organisations are particular good at, it is deceiving us into thinking that they are indispensible to a healthy and developed society. But the social contributions that businesses make are always surrounded by propaganda claims and myths that are swallowed too easily by politicians and repeated ad nauseum in the press.

Pre Trade Union Bill analysis

15 July 2015

The Trade Union Bill will have its first reading in the House of Commons today (15 July 2015), when the full extent of the government’s vindictive attack on trade unions and their members will be revealed

Press Release: Specialist think tank to discuss alternative agenda for labour law.

For immediate release

03 February 2015

The Institute of Employment Rights has brought together a high profile platform of policy makers, trade union leaders and labour lawyers to discuss an alternative, progressive agenda on labour law.

TSSA endorses new policy proposals for economic growth

For immediate release

31 October 2013

The Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (TSSA) has announced its official support for a new set of policy proposals put forth by think tank the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) to stimulate a strong and resilient economy.

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