21/11/2015 - National Living Wage: sackings planned by bosses?
Cynical bosses are planning to sack staff in a bid to maintain their profit levels after the governmentâs so-called living wage is introduced, a human resources expert has revealed.
Half of employers believe the new minimum hourly rate of Â£7.20 will affect their wag
21/11/2015 - Overwhelming backing for strike by Junior Doctors
98% of junior doctors have voted in favour of strikes, with 2% against and 11 spoilt ballot papers.
More than 37,000 doctors were balloted by the BMA, and
11/11/2015 - Tories continue attack on right to strike
The draconian and unpopular Trade Union Bill took another step closer to becoming law last night as it cleared the Commons despite the protests of many MPs.
The Government again refused to accept online strike ballots yet government ministers
17/10/2015 - Solidarity campaigns to outlaw cast discrimination in the UK
Solidarity is petitioning Caroline Dinenage Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Women and Equalities and Family Justice. We are calling for The section of the Equality Act dealing with Caste discrimination to be enacted.
Section 9 (5) of the Equalities Act says,