Will consumers make it worth employers’ investment in the Living Wage, by shifting their custom to those who pay decent wages?
Author Archives: Daniel Elton
According to NIESR’s report this morning, persistently weak demand is maintaining high unemployment, and may lead to a permanently higher rate of joblessness.
Think tank Reform asked academies “Are you great?”, they said yes, and then think tank Reform said “academies are great”.
It is all but certain that the frontrunner Mitt Romney will be the eventual nominee, but the party’s voters simply haven’t warmed to him: Too elitist for working-class voters, too moderate for conservatives, too Mormon for evangelical protestants.
Last year, the UK donated £4.2bn to poor countries. Now Osborne is considering changes that will allow multinationals to avoid paying £4bn to poor countries.
Not only has the extent of hacking and corrupt practices involving the police coming to light at NOTW , but the cover up. Was J. Murdoch incompetent or complicit?
Even GPs who are implementing the NHS reforms oppose them – it’s time to drop the legislation and strangle the disastrous health and social care bill.
From a4e to the care homes scandal, the outsourced sector is simply out of control with bonuses for poor performance.
Daniel Elton reports on the latest high-profile defection to the campaign to save the NHS: Tim Montgomerie and ConservativeHome