Sarah Glenister

Expert speakers bust tabloid myths at "priceless" IER conference

23 May 2012

Busting myths, decoding goverment terminology and examining the shocking human cost of undermining health and safety law.

Ellesmere Port: Success or sacrifice?

UNITE Convenors at Ellesmere Port Vauxhall Plant
UNITE Convenors at Ellesmere Port Vauxhall Plant

18 May 2012

The Ellesmere Port deal has saved thousands of jobs and created thousands more, but it came at a cost.

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill another hit to Britain’s workers

18 May 2012

In the Queen’s Speech earlier this month (May 9th), the government reaffirmed its position on employment law, once again describing aspects of critical legislation as a “burden” on businesses.

Lofstedt Reviewed: When it comes to health and safety, politics can kill

11 May 2012

On the day the Queen’s Speech reiterated the government’s plans to reduce the state inspection of businesses, experts at the IER’s Reviewing Lofstedt conference discussed the human cost of cuts to health and safety.

How the ‘NISA clause’ has put Murdoch’s empire under threat

Image: Courtesy David Shankbone, Wikipedia Commons
Image: Courtesy David Shankbone, Wikipedia Commons

03 May 2012

The Leveson Inquiry recently heard how Rupert Murdoch's News International effectively prevented independent trade unions from representing its workers - a move that may have contributed to the crisis the company is now facing.

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