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Trade Union membership rose by 59,000 to 6.5 million last year, according to a report by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills report published today.
Four people are chasing every job in England, Scotland and Wales, and in some areas more than 10 jobseekers are chasing each vacancy, according to a new survey.
The Histadrut, the Israeli TUC, plays a vital role in working for a two-state solution – British trade unions should work to build ties with it, not break them.
Liz Snape explains why women are feeling the pinch from government’s attempts to steal away their pensions
Alex Hern rebuts the Conservative government’s pensions tsar John Hutton’s lies, lies and lies over public sector pensions.
The Scottish finance secretary is expected to criticise the UK government’s public service pension reforms and outline the SNP’s reform plans, reports Ed Jacobs.
UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis reports on new research revealing families are cutting back on food, healthcare and kids clothes due to government cuts.
UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis on why we are not all in this together, on how the Nick Clegg/David Cameron cuts are hitting the poorest hardest.