Here are the details of the logistical arrangements for anyone wishing to join Saturday’s “A Future that Works” march, by the TUC’s Nigel Stanley.
Nigel Stanley assess the IFS’ green budget report, and finds that they are understating the effect of pension changes.
Government assurances that changes to public sector pensions will protect low-paid public sector workers earning less than £15,000 a year are wrong.
The TUC’s Head of Campaigns and Communications Nigel Stanley explains how to join and prepare for the March for the Alternative tomorrow, Saturday, March 26th.
It is a mistake to set up a false choice between network and organisation; instead we should recognise that each has their strengths and weaknesses.
So far we have few details, and all that has been confirmed by the Department for Work and Pensions is that there will be a green paper – the most tentative form of government policy statement – before Christmas.
Thousands will today join a Westminster rally against the deep and rapid spending cuts to be announced in tomorrow’s comprehensive spending review.
John Hutton’s report on public service pensions raises as many questions as it answers – his interim report is about the big picture, not the detail.
In his leader’s speech tomorrow Ed Miliband is expected to announce his intention to reach out to Britain’s struggling middle classes.