Author: Ben Sellers

Shadow Employment Minister Imran Hussain resigns over Labour’s Gaza stance

Labour MP Imran Hussain has quit Sir Keir Starmer's shadow ministerial team over his desire to "strongly advocate for a ceasefire" in Gaza.

Minimum service level legislation extended to ambulance, rail and border workers

MSL provisions to be laid in Parliament today (Tuesday)

ASDA equal pay: more than 100,000 retail workers start working ‘for free’ from today 

November 6 has been dubbed ‘Asda Equal Pay Day’ by the GMB union

AI Summit is dominated by Big Tech and a “missed opportunity”, say civil society organisations

More than 100 UK and international organisations, experts and campaigners sign open letter to Rishi Sunak

Rail unions welcome resounding victory against ticket office closures

Plans to close hundreds of rail ticket offices in England have been scrapped.

Rail union secures fresh strike mandate in national dispute

RMT smashes the anti trade union legal thresholds to secure another 6-month mandate for strike action in their long running national dispute

Oxfam workers poised to strike for first time over poverty pay ‘hypocrisy’

Workers at anti-poverty charity using foodbanks due to low pay

Government intends to introduce Minimum Service Levels into schools during strikes

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan has written to union leaders inviting them to discuss the plans on a voluntary basis.

Carillion workers who lost jobs deserve answers after bosses avoid trial

Why have those who may have been responsible have been let off the hook at the eleventh hour, asks GMB Union?

A better deal for retail workers going through the menopause

World Menopause Day - 18th October 2023
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