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A new TUC report revealed that three-quarters of welfare cuts imposed by the coalition are hitting people in work, with many changes specifically targeting low-paid workers.
The Government has been forced to resort to drastic measures to shore up the case for the replacement of the Trident missile system amid waning political support among MPs
Critics of Ed Miliband’s deal to undermine the historic membership link between Labour and the unions likened “vicious” legislation introduced by former Conservative administrations.
On Scottish independence, there are no shortcuts to an effective response from the British left, writes Vince Mills
Liam Corcoran outlines why other countries’ expectations are greater than Britain’s
A worrying case suggests nothing has been learned from Mid Staffs. Paul Donovan reports
Low and no wages are a national scandal, says Alex Rice
Over 160 councils in Britain have benefited from more than half a million hours of unpaid labour through government back-to-work schemes.
It rains on the just, the unjust – and even on UKIP
Weather forecasts from the even nastier party
Homelessness is devastating more and more people in the UK, warns Shabana Mahmood
British commuters are spending more of their pay on rail fares than workers in four other large European countries, with rises of between 3.1 per cent and 5.1 per cent …
Senior churchmen launched New Year attacks – veiled and otherwise – on the impact of the coalition’s benefits blitz and austerity cuts.
Last year, Ed Miliband was hailed as a ‘superhero’ after coming to the aid of an injured cyclist. Tribune asked campaigners and contributors for their nominations for superhero of 2013, …
It just shows there is such a thing is bad publicity
An opinion poll which received less attention than it deserved when released in the middle of the festive season suggests that almost half of voting-age Britons are angry with politics …
Hard work isn’t working in the cost of living crisis
It can’t go on like this, so now Labour must fight
It has been a turbulent parliamentary 12 months. Ian Hernon looks back over the lows and searches for the highs
Tory economic ‘success’ looks only like a damning failure of austerity to Michael Meacher
Ed must avoid Tory gutter and fight fear with fire
Stick together, stand together and win together