Construction union UCATT called on the Health and Safety Executive to urgently review their reporting methods and safety requirements, following new evidence on migrant worker deaths.
The Scottish Agricultural Wages Board (SAWB) will continue to protect the rights of low-paid farm workers in Scotland, rural affairs secretary Richard Lochhead announced.
Conservative Party divisions over Britain’s membership of the European Union have widened following Prime Minister David Cameron’s claim of a “new settlement”
Japanese economy and fiscal policy minister Akira Amari resigned over corruption allegations, but denied personally receiving bribes from a construction company.
More than half of ex-SSI steelworkers in Redcar are still looking for work four months after the steel plant closure, new figures revealed.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani claimed “a new chapter” in relations with France during a visit to Paris to secure trade ties.
The Court of Appeal ruled that the bedroom tax discriminates against a domestic violence victim and the family of a disabled teenager.
Tory-controlled Wandsworth and Richmond councils are threatening 3,578 staff with redundancy unless they sign fresh contracts before October. With more billionaires living in London than anywhere on earth and with …
The Home Office has ditched a so-called “simple guide” advising millions of private landlords how to check the immigrant status of all their tenants just 15 days before the scheme …
New research revealed a record 475,647 homes in England which have been given planning permission but have yet to be built.
A senior member of the Treasury Select Committee demanded that George Osborne face questions from MPs as part of an inquiry into why a probe into the culture of banks …
The National Audit Office (NAO) reported that disability benefit assessments have doubled in cost to £579 million a year but targets are still being missed.
A new TUC manifesto aims to promote equality for disabled people and challenge discrimination against them.
The Fabian Society forecast that almost two million more children will grow up in poverty due to George Osborne’s recent welfare cuts.
Labour could lose £6 million in trade union funding due to changes to the political levy introduced in the Trade Union Bill.