Manifesto for Labour Law
Charter of Workers Rights for Scotland
Industrial Relations Bill
Employment Rights and the Shareholder: Workers Rights vs ‘Owners’ Rights
Commission a project
Employment law timeline
A Chronology of Labour Law 1979 – 2017
Trade Union Rights – The Short Story
Easy guides to the law
An easy guide to Access to Justice
An easy guide to the blacklisting scandal
An Easy Guide to the Taylor Review
An Easy Guide to the Trade Union Act 2016
An easy guide to the Undercover Policing (“SpyCops”) Inquiry
2017 General Election
2019 General Election
Coronavirus and work
Status of Workers Bill
Fair Pay Agreements
May Day 2021: A new deal for workers
North West Events
Past events seminar papers
- 4 Jun 2021
ILO warns increased push for good quality jobs only way out of “unparalleled” employment crisis
A shortfall of work that extends for years after the world recovers from Covid-19 is expected to drive the creation of poor-quality jobs.
- 7 May 2021
NHS needs £102bn funding increase, economists and doctors warn
The UK is lagging behind other developed economies in terms of population health as a result of austerity and other policy decisions, experts warn.
- 12 Jun 2020
Covid-19 presents opportunity to reduce inequality, IFS says
Having laid the entrenched inequalities of UK society bare, the current crisis presents an opportunity to take action against them.
- 8 Jun 2020
Schools dismiss govt instruction to reopen
Teachers are not confident that the workplace can be properly made safe.
- 27 Apr 2020
Nearly a third of Britons earning less due to Coronavirus
The incomes of nearly a third of British workers have been cut due to the Coronavirus crisis.
- 6 Mar 2020
Unions win argument on day one sick pay during Coronovirus outbreak, but govt ignores millions of precarious workers
Repeated calls from UK unions for the government to provide sick pay from day one of absence for workers forced to self-isolate have won out.
- 19 Aug 2019
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