The political arm of the Co-op is locked in a rancorous dispute over plans which would open the way for an end to core funding by its retail backer.
Whitehall could face court action for discriminating against disabled, black and ethnic minorities, carers and older workers.
Staff on zero-hour contracts at Co-op Funeralcare are to be offered guaranteed hours and improved terms and conditions following a ground-breaking agreement with the retail union Usdaw.
The organiser of the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign is “alarmed” that the Independent Police Complaints Commission will not indicate whether it will conduct a full investigation into events outside …
The TUC reported that workers have been experiencing a significant increase in stress, in some cases leading to mental ill health, as a result of austerity measures.
Sacked Unison rep Charlotte Monro is to be reinstated in her job at Whipps Cross hospital.
Nigel Farage’s UKIP has absorbed Britain’s far right ahead of the general and local elections next month, according to academic experts.
In their strongest statement yet, American and Canadian trade unions expressed their opposition to the new generation of trade agreements currently being negotiated by the European Union, United States and …
Senior academics have detected a collapse in party loyalty to the Liberal Democrats after five years of coalition with the Conservative
The United States is speeding up weapons deliveries to a Saudi-led coalition bombing Houthi rebels who have taken up arms against the government in Yemen.
Conservative peer Lord Wolfson of Aspley Guise, chief executive of retail chain Next, branded the Living Wage “irrelevant”, claiming it reduces employment opportunities.
The GMB identified bosses from companies with links to minimum wage avoidance, tax dodging and blacklisting among those that signed letters to the Daily Telegraph asking voters to support the …
After the head of France’s far-right Front National, Marine Le Pen, promised to stop her father Jean-Marie from standing in polls later this year, the latter withdrew as a candidate.
A BBC Scotland-commissioned poll found an increase in the minimum wage to £7.85 per hour was the most popular election pledge north of the border.
The NHS in England missed its four-hour A&E waiting target for the past three months with performance dropping to its lowest level for a decade.