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A LIVING WAGE CAMPAIGN AND THE COST OF LIVING CRISIS
This week is Living Wage Week. Trade unions, businesses, charities, universities and other organisations will come together to celebrate the living wage and to discuss further ways of promoting the campaign. 523 more words
By Ashley Perks.
While young mothers and pensioners alike juggle their meagre income and make the now familiar choice between eating and heating, the Coagulation government insists its ‘spare room subsidy’ as it prefers to call what normal people refer to as the the Bedroom Tax is somehow fair and necessary. 763 more words
Dear Unite Community members,
It is really important to make sure politicians know how this change to the benefits system is affecting ordinary people.
On Tuesday 12th November, the Labour Party has arranged a day of opposition to the Bedroom Tax. 386 more words
JK Rowling, inspirational, beautiful, brimming with integrity. She’s donated millions to charity, pays a fortune in UK taxes, given a whole generation of children a life-long passion for literature, and been a fantastic role model for single mums everywhere! 363 more words
Aiming at the Wrong Target
and reproduced on Think Left with kind permission.
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Labour will be “tougher than the Tories” when it comes to forcing long-term beneficiaries back into the labour market; so Labour’s new shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, Rachel Reeves, was reported as saying last week.