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Category Archives: UK Employment Rights
Former miners,Â members of the NUM, who were convicted during strikes in the 1980s will be pardoned.Â The Scottish Government made the announcement on October 28th following an independent review into arrests the 1984 – 1985 strike. Around 1400 miners were said … Continue reading
The Confederation of Shipbuilding & Engineering Unions along with the Institute Of Employment Rights and the Campaign For Trade Union Freedom are a holding webinar: Shorter Working Time and The Redistribution of Wealth November 9th Â 7pm to 8pm. The … Continue reading
Commenting on the creation by the Government of a new â€˜trade union advisory groupâ€™, TUC General SecretaryÂ Frances Oâ€™GradyÂ said:Â â€œThis is a step in the right direction. But alongside this, the government has excluded unions from the trade advisory groups which are … Continue reading
A week after Boris Johnson announced plans for an ‘adult skills revolution’, dubbed the ‘Lifetime Skills Guarantee’ which contained little in the way of Â detail, skills and appears to be website and counselling the much praised Union Learning Fund is … Continue reading