Care work isn’t going anywhere – and it’s about time we recognised which half of the population is doing it, unpaid.
The proposed figure of £6.70 fails to meet the Chancellor's aim of restoring the minimum wage to its pre-recession value.
A refusal to acknowledge the democratic remit of the new, however irritating, Greek government could result in a contagion effect across the rest of the eurozone.
Now we've caught wind of the money hidden in Swiss accounts, it's time to turn to other veiled tax affairs.
The party needs to aggressively contest Cameron’s ownership of the politics of growth.
An analysis by NIESR finds the party's less aggressive deficit reduction programme would boost growth.
The Conservatives are more focused on winning back traditional supporters than attracting new ones.
This is Europe’s choice.
Under austerity, charities are regularly having to substitute for government. We live in a twenty-first century Britain where poorer citizens are back to relying on handouts to live.
While Ed Miliband's plans this week are welcome, much more needs to be done to ease the increasingly hostile renting and housing conditions faced by a generation.
Nearly all groups have seen a decline in real wages since the financial crash of 2008 but losses have not been spread out equally.
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