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FBU seeks Supreme Court appeal for pensions challenge

Working people shouldn’t have to pay the price for the government’s mistakes, says FBU leader.

Long-term sickness becomes top reason for women being out of the labour market

New analysis shows number of women economically inactive as a result of ill- health has increased by more than 500,000 over last five years.

IER at FBU: resisting Minimum Service Levels

Towards a New Deal for Workers

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Comment - 22 Mar 2024

Review: Migration and work in post-Brexit UK

Rebecca Zahn
Comment - 8 Mar 2024

The neoliberal backdrop to the miners’ strike

Lord John Hendy KC
Comment - 23 Feb 2024

Devolution of employment legislation: new approaches

Dave Watson

Press releases

“Seismic shift” needed in migrant workers’ rights

IER report calls for new regime to respect and protect migrant and local labour

The Strikes (Minimum Services Levels) Act 2023

The IER publishes a new briefing on the Strikes (Minimum Services Levels) Act, as the trade union movement meets to fight the anti-strike laws