Public Sector Pensions
Reform will get nowhere if it starts and ends with confrontation with the workforce.
Contrary to the coalition's spin, ministers have consistently refused to negotiate.
Video: the author of Chavs attacks "public sector scroungers".
There will be more to come if the government doesn't start meeting the needs of ordinary people.
Forcing workers to pay more is a political choice, not an economic necessity.
Raising pension contributions is a hardship tax on public sector workers to pay down the deficit.
As the self-defeating nature of the coalition's policies becomes clearer, sympathy for the plight of
The 30 November strike could be a huge own goal unless unions ensure they appeal to as many workers
Leaked letter reveals Health Secretary's criticisms of "inappropriate" public sector pensions reform