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TUC says Labour’s New Deal for Working People would be “life changing” for young people by giving them rights, banning zero-hours contracts and removing age bands from the minimum wage.
The NUJ sends a message of solidarity to women and girls worldwide who experience violence in many forms. All forms of abuse and violence are violations of women’s human rights and an obstacle to achieving equality.
Latest analysis published by the TUC shows that non-disabled workers earn around a sixth (14.6%) more than disabled workers.
Nels Abbey discusses racism laundering, trying to fit in…and Suella Braveman
Writer and broadcaster Nels Abbey is announced as this year's speaker at the event in honour of the pioneering radical journalist.
The union encourages journalists to report on the UK’s treatment of disabled people.
New Equality and Human Rights Commission report reveals disabled people continue to be at high risk of poverty.
A TUC survey report
Update: the consultation into the plan to close hundreds of ticket offices in England has been extended until 1 September.
Around seven in 10 (69 per cent) disabled employees earn less than £15 an hour, according to the analysis of official statistics.