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The real Brexit Debate: Fairness between Consumers and Producers

Since the Brexit vote, there has been a lot of talk about effect of immigration controls on our public services and many industries that rely on cheap labour. 638 more words

Politics

Making the economy work for people on low incomes

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The Assembly’s Equalities, Local Government and Communities Committee will start hearing from witnesses for its… 1,092 more words

Assembly Business

Food insecurity – Britain or Burkina Faso?

It might disappear from the headlines, but the food bank story is not going away. A new report has come out about food banks – this one is a survey carried out by Oxford University to find out some of the circumstances of people who go to food banks. 646 more words

Workers to challenge Causeway Coast & Glens Councillors on Poverty Pay

Unite members will seek support for Living Wage pay commitment ahead of Coleraine council meeting tonight

June 27th: Unite Regional Officer Gareth Scott confirmed his union’s members would seek to engage councillors at Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council tonight over their failure to pay all workers a Living Wage. 254 more words

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Northern Ireland workers must join a fighting union to secure pay increases and better work-life balance

Northern Ireland men work longest hours in UK, women losing hours as part-time working grows

Average UK wages after inflation lower than what it was twelve years ago, with Northern Ireland wages even lower… 302 more words

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Workers to challenge Causeway Coast & Glens Councillors over failure to address Poverty Pay

Unite members will seek support for Living Wage pay commitment ahead of Coleraine council meeting tomorrow

Unite Regional Officer Gareth Scott confirmed his union’s members would seek to engage councillors at Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council over their failure to pay all workers a Living Wage. 260 more words

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