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The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) publish Election Manifesto

Nursing staff are stretched to their limit. Overworked, underpaid, at breaking point, they say.

Brighton & Hove Council faces thousands of equal pay claims

GMB union has written to Brighton and Hove Council around equal pay claims that could affect thousands of women.

Report proposes new rights to protect workers from ‘unfair, unaccountable and uncaring’ algorithms

New IER report calls for a new generation of rights to protect workers from the rise of ‘management by algorithm’

Tata dispute shows employers must balance sustainability targets with workers’ rights

Unite the union has announced plans to escalate industrial action at steelworks in Port Talbot and Llanwern in South Wales

NEU launches education manifesto for the General Election

"This General Election is a watershed moment" says NEU General Secretary Daniel Kebede

Prison capacity crisisis and staff burnout – PCS union call for investment

PCS members working in Offender Management Units in prisons are under pressure because of over-crowding and the need to free up cell space.

RMT issue General Election statement

National Union of Rail , Maritime and Transport Workers makes election statement

Fair pay agreements in New Zealand: In conversation with Michael Wood

Michael Wood, former New Zealand Labour Party Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety speaks to the IER

Youth unemployment blights lives, says TUC

TUC responds to Office of National Statistics (ONS) figures on NEETs

New Deal for Working People is ‘rebranded’ as Labour’s Plan to Make Work Pay

As parties refine their manifesto messages, Labour focuses their New Deal on living standards and security

‘It’s time to end the Thatcherite experiment that wrecked Britain’

FBU vows to press Labour to repeal anti-strike laws

FBU promises to hold Labour’s ‘feet to the fire’ over pledge to repeal anti-strike law

The legislation requires fire and rescue services to operate at 73 per cent of capacity on strike days
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