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Ending exploitation in the gig econom...

Currently all the burden of this ‘flexibility’ is picked up by taxpayers and workers. The Work and...

Ending exploitation in the gig economy
posted on: Nov 21, 2017 | author: Sue Tapply

Action versus government inaction

The government has neither consulted on the redundancy issue nor provided any timeframe for doing so. Maternity Action...

Action versus government inaction
posted on: Nov 7, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Sexual abuse in Parliament

Dawn Butler, Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, has sent an open letter to the Prime Minister. It states...

Sexual abuse in Parliament
posted on: Oct 31, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Government response unimpressive agai...

No dedicated strategy for implementing UK’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals so far. The current...

Government response unimpressive again
posted on: Oct 25, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Some truths or some persuasion

‘The UK needs to open up the activities of lobbyists to public scrutiny as a matter of urgency.’ By...

Some truths or some persuasion
posted on: Oct 24, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Sexual assault in schools: a scandal

Why is the government not acting with more urgency? Parliament’s Women and Equalities Committee questioned...

Sexual assault in schools: a scandal
posted on: Oct 23, 2017 | author: Campaigns

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