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The Prime Minister has indicated that maternity and paternity pay could be included in the structural welfare cap. David Cameron’s comments at Prime Minister’s Questions suggest that the family-friendly policies could be cut in a baby boom. Mr Cameron was asked by Labour MP Fiona O’Donnell to "confirm that maternity and p...
TUC press release Women apprentices are far more likely to end up in low-paid jobs as a result of training in female-dominated sectors, according to new research ...
Labour press release Rachel Reeves, Labour's Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, responding to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation report that shows most people classe...
TUC press release The rising number of working people living in poverty is causing the government to spend billions more than planned on social security, according...
USDAW press release Usdaw welcomes the cross-party support in the House of Lords for greater protection of workers Shopworkers trade union leader John Hannett ...
Ed Miliband said he would put people being paid less than the living wage at the heart of his next government. “We’ve got 5m people who are getting paid less than...
03/12/2013 on Daybreak, ITV1
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