Reports and Campaigns
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13 July 2006
ISR campaign against poverty pay: YOUNG AND working this summer? Chances are it's a low paid 'McJob', a job with no opportunities to get better pay, and no job security where we can be hired and fired seemingly at will. Or so it seems, writes Tom Penman, Leicester ISR.
29 June 2006
22 June 2006
15 June 2006
THE FIASCO of the tax credit system has hit the headlines again. Stark figures show that millions of low-paid workers are being driven into debt by a system set up to overcome poverty. A London Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB) worker writes.
1 June 2006
The hospital Trust is considering axing 400 jobs and closing four wards and two theatres. £15 million could be cut from primary care.
5 January 2006
ON 20 December 2005, 7,500 Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) members employed in magistrates courts took part in their first ever national strike in 800 years...
11 August 2005
LOW-PAID journalists at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, part of the Trinity Mirror Group, are now on indefinite strike over low pay...
28 July 2005
About 50 predominantly young journalists at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, part of the Trinity Mirror Group, are striking over low pay...
26 May 2005
LABOUR'S CONTEMPT for low-paid workers was revealed again last week as Gordon Brown called for "wage discipline" in the public sector...
12 May 2005
IN THE final two days of UNISON health conference, the implementation of the Agenda for Change (AfC) agreement was discussed...
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