Mental health trusts in England are forecasting significant cuts to their funding over the next four years.
A Nationwide Building Society survey found that 87 per cent of respondents believe that organisations that can afford it should pay the Living Wage (LW).
A union rep blacklisted after complaining about anti-Liverpool jibes on his manager’s Facebook page said he was proud to stand up for Scousers after winning a tribunal for unfair dismissal.
Senior Government sources have confirmed that Britain will reject European Union-imposed quotas of migrants rescued from sinking boats in the Mediterranean.
The first all-Tory Cabinet meeting for 18 years put anti-trade union legislation high up its governmental agenda.
Union leaders are urging caution over the Labour leadership race to avoid repeating past mistakes.
Labour’s interim leader Harriet Harman has moved to close gaps in the party’s frontbench while announcing that she will not be standing again for the deputy position.
More than 90 per cent of SNP general election candidates, MPs, MSPs and MEP are from the top three occupational groupings, according to a GMB Scotland analysis.
In a reflection of the Westminster contest, the Tories made gains in local elections throughout the south-east of England and Midlands while Labour retained control of its urban strongholds.
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) reported that conflict and violence around the world have displaced a record 38 million people inside their own countries, the highest total for a generation. …
An appeals court in the United States ruled that bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency is illegal.
David Cameron’s post-general election reshuffle saw Amber Rudd promoted to Energy and Climate Change Secretary, while Anna Soubry and Priti Patel will attend Cabinet as small business and employment ministers.
The Conservative Party is misusing a House of Commons research document during the election campaign to claim that they have got more than a million more people off the dole …
Trade unions demonstrated outside the European Commission in Brussels on International Workers’ Memorial Day, to demand stronger European Union legislation to protect employees from dangerous workplaces.
A survey by public services union Unison found that long hours, staff shortages and the mental demands of the job are placing an enormous burden on ambulance workers.
A landmark ruling as to what constitutes public interest in whistleblowing cases has been given by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT).
The Government’s workplace compensation scheme covers only a tiny proportion of those made ill by their work and needs urgent reform.
The Labour Party has joined a campaign to retain the political link between the Co-op Party and its financial backer the retailing Co-op Group.
Unison has been granted permission by the Court of Appeal to appeal a High Court decision refusing its Judicial Review challenges to the lawfulness of employment tribunal fees.
A new British Election Study analysis revealed that the bulk of UKIP support comes from professional and managerial middle classes.
Public outrage at the drowning of an estimated 800 desperate migrants in the Mediterranean last week forced European leaders to convene an emergency summit and draw up a hasty plan …
A BBC survey found that nearly a quarter of Asian voters do not know which party they will support at the general election.