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Time to end 45 years of Thatcherism and rebuild Britain, Mick Lynch says

The Morning Star reports from the IER's Eve of Durham Miners' Gala Rally

Institute of Directors (IoD) issue verdict on Labour’s workers’ rights plans

The IOD has launched a new policy paper, ‘Labour’s Plan to Make Work Pay: Insights from employers’.

Whitehall workers announce strike in first test for Labour’s insourcing manifesto pledge

ISS workers in Whitehall to take strike action

TUC respond to consultation on clarification to TUPE and abolishing the European Works Councils’ legal Framework

TUC concerned that proposals in consultation paper are focused on weakening protections

New government must now deliver the change the country needs says NASUWT

Patrick Roach congratulates new Prime Minister Keir Starmer and the Labour Party as they come into government.

We want to work with Labour to break down the barriers to opportunity

NEU general secretary Daniel Kebede comments on Labour Party election win

PCS calls on new Labour government to value its own workers and end endemic low pay

The union represents 190,000 civil and public servants across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Bectu welcomes new government and the promise of change

BECTU statement following the result of the UK's General Election

Labour win landslide victory in General Election

Liz Truss, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Gillian Keegan, Johnny Mercer, Penny Mordaunt and Grant Shapps among senior Tory figures to lose their seats

35th Hazards Conference 2024: 30th Aug-1st Sept at Keele University or online

The Climate Crisis and Workers’ Health and Safety - A deadly combination.

Make Equality Real – the GFTU campaign to end austerity

'We believe that socio-economic duty should be written into the Equality Act 2010 as part of a campaign to end austerity and make equality real'

Join the IER and the Campaign for Trade Union Freedom at Tolpuddle

'A good deal for working people? Workers’ rights after the election’ meeting will take place on July 20th
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