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14 February 2020

The United Nations (UN) has blamed decades of economic inequality for a rise in so-called “populist” politics, the title often given to the strategies employed by Donald Trump and Boris Johnson.

14 February 2020

More than 2,000 lollipop men and women have lost their jobs since 2010, when a Conservative-led government first came into power.

14 February 2020

The government plans to reduce the salary threshold for migrants taking up jobs in the UK to £25,600 from £30,000, the BBC has reported.

Promoted Publication

Brexit and Workers' Rights

By Professors Nicola Countouris & Keith Ewing

Published September 2019

Now, on the brink of the third deadline for a Brexit deal, two leading UK academics consider the possible implications of a ‘no-deal Brexit’ for UK workers’ rights. They conclude that the process and the post-Brexit architecture will be owned and determined by the political party in power at the time of Brexit and they pose two alternative scenarios.