“His wife was pregnant while he lived with me” – spycop victim demands the truth

“His wife was pregnant while he lived with me” – spycop victim demands the truth

Andrea wants to ensure no other woman will suffer as she did at the hands of the undercover police More »

EXCLUSIVE: I fell in love with a spycop

EXCLUSIVE: I fell in love with a spycop

Trade union activist Andrea opens her heart after a decade of silence More »

Two seconds to make a life-affecting decision – why Southern Rail drivers are on strike

Two seconds to make a life-affecting decision – why Southern Rail drivers are on strike

ASLEF general secretary Mick Whelan explains passenger safety is behind his union's walk-outs More »

BA cabin crew strike takes off

BA cabin crew strike takes off

Union members begin 48-hour walkout at Heathrow More »

McCluskey and Coyne clash over Corbyn comments

McCluskey and Coyne clash over Corbyn comments

Front-runners in Unite general secretary election disagree over union's support of Labour Party More »

 

Tag Archives: economy

“It’s hurting, but it sure ain’t working” – TUC leader attacks Osborne on economy

Frances O'Grady accuses government of using austerity as an excuse to implement policies that no-one has voted for

TUC president calls on government to rescue stagnant South West economy

Lesley Mercer says creating jobs and building houses is the solution

Unions queue up to condemn Osborne on unemployment

As unemployment hits 2.56 million, unions say Chancellor must change course

“Oi George!” – union publishes Budget Plan B to save economy

Ahead of Wednesday's Budget, union says Osborne is bankrupt of ideas

TUC blames Osborne for UK’s economic woes

The UK has experienced the second slowest export growth of all G7 countries since 2010, with only Japan faring worse, the TUC says today as it publishes its submission to the 2013 Budget. With the Chancellor identifying an economic ‘global

Government’s austerity plan risks accelerating slide into economic stagnation, warns TUC

New report says recent fall in productivity could become a permanent feature of the UK economy