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Election 2015 - Belina's wish-list - childcare, inclusive IT, a living wage and sensible housing policies

1. Wraparound childcare

Every primary school should be open from 8am to 6pm.  Children should be able to work rest and play at school, so that parents can go for same range of jobs as anyone else. 156 more words


Truro and Falmouth: reply by Truro BID on inequality and the Living Wage

See attached photocopied response by Truro BID to the letter sent by Truro Religious Society of Friends on inequality and the need for a Living Wage.

Economic Inequality

Unite archaeologists vote not to accept work paying less than Living Wage

March 30th: Members of Unite’s Archaeology Branch have voted unanimously not to accept jobs paying below the Living Wage of €11.45 per hour. The Living Wage was calculated last year as the minimum necessary to provide a minimum acceptable standard of living. 123 more words

Press Releases

40 reasons to vote Labour, 40 ways to change Britain on May 7

As May 7 approaches – here are 40 reasons to vote Labour then.

1. £2.5bn Time to Care fund for the NHS

2. 20,000 more nurses… 229 more words

Labour 2015

‘Wage Recovery Package’ needed to end low pay crisis

Figures show widening gap between low-paid and higher earners

Unite calls for ‘Wage Recovery Package’ including Minimum Wage increase, enhanced JLCs and new labour rights legislation… 225 more words

Press Releases

Another one bites the dust

When my hubby-to-be walked in through the door tonight after work, he was met by me drinking coffee, laughing without a care in the world with a friend. 624 more words

Random Ramblings

Wellington Mayor responds to Living Wage

Making another Video

I attended the Council’s 10 Year Plan presentation to the Eastern Suburbs public forum, at the Mirimar Community Centre . A group of us wore the red Living Wage t-shirts. 425 more words