Paul Dolan believes all humans strive for happiness, which he defines as a combination of pleasure and a sense of purpose. The problem is that we are often very bad at maximising our own well-being.
Neo-Luddism began to emerge in the postwar period. First after the emergence of nuclear weapons, and secondly when it became apparent new computer technologies had the power to change our lives completely.
The political issues of work are not just employment and low pay; the idea of good work is also gaining political momentum, and should play a big role in policy after 2015.
Justice Secretary accuses the chair of the Public Accounts Committee of "political grandstanding" after her committee described the performance of the Work Programme as "extremely poor".
The party still won't admit that Cameron is including 196,000 posts reclassified from the public sector.
The Lib Dems' intention to block the worst of the Beecroft report does not diminish the urgency of t
"The Tories are hugely held back by the Lib Dems," says author of controversial report on employment
Coalition tension over the Beecroft report continues.
Creating mayhem is unlikely to be a sustainable, long-run industrial relations strategy.