Care workers owed up to six years’ back pay after being paid below the minimum wage will have to wait until October for the money they are owed after a government announcement today
When Angela Rayner was growing up she went to her gran’s house for a bath on Sundays because her parents couldn’t always afford hot water.
She lived in a council estate in a home with no books and both her parents were on benefits. Now she’s shadow education secretary
It used to take Judith Montgomery three and a half hours to earn two hours’ pay.
MPs praise UNISON’s campaign to support care workers who are ‘illegally’ under paid
Part of the Save Care Now! campaign – a briefing outlining the real stories of homecare workers and the families of care users. A powerful and moving read.
Local government conference hears of the negative impacts on Black, migrant, women and LGBT workers of zero-hours contracts
Violence at work and discrimination are among issues in need of urgent action, while threat of privatisation still looms
New law threatens to gag charities, NGOs, blogs, think-tanks, trade unions and other campaigning organisations by severely restricting how much money they can spend on political campaigning in the year running up to a general election
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