“We are marching united with unions from across the European continent in a powerful display against austerity and for a fair deal for workers”
Christina McAnea outlines damage to TUC and urges investment from next government
Christina McAnea says essential public services should be run for the public, not for profit
Chancellor can find the money when it suits him
Widening gap between pay and prices is leaving services on verge of collapse
Disturbing that government took a week to see sense
Borrowing to fund huge tax cuts for the super wealthy has taken the UK economy to the brink.
Labour in power would understand that well-funded public services, with properly paid staff, help grow the economy.
Pledges will shape decent society and fuel the economy
Kojo Koram punctures the collective amnesia about the British Empire, proving its stark relevance to the daily machinations of the British state in 2022
Public service workers were already under huge strain to maintain services and Omicron absences have ratcheted the pressure to new levels.
Key workers mustn’t be left stranded or forced to queue for hours simply to get to a pump.
Covid has had a profound effect on public service staff
Pay freeze should be on voters’ minds