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May proposes stronger father's rights

19 July 2019

Outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May has launched a consultation into the extension of rights for new fathers.

Lords recognise value of trade unions on ILO centenary

19 July 2019

The House of Lords has recognised the valuable contribution of trade unions in the UK economy and in keeping workers safe in a debate commemorating 100 years of the International Labour Organization (ILO).

Shadow Minister and working mum, Laura Pidcock, inspires workers at Durham Gala

17 July 2019

Shadow Minister for Labour, Laura Pidcock, gave an inspiring speech at the Institute of Employment Rights' (IER) fringe meeting on the eve of the Durham Gala – all while holding her baby.

Amazon workers join global protests

16 July 2019

UK Amazon workers joined a protest against the company alongside thousands of their colleagues across the globe.

Govt proposes single enforcement body for employment law

16 July 2019

The government is consulting on new proposals for a single body to enforce some areas of employment law.

Govt proposes sick pay for lowest earners

16 July 2019

The government yesterday (15 July) launched a consultation into new proposals the Departments of Work and Pensions and Health claim will help people with long-term illnesses stay in work.

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