Prime Minister Theresa May was accused of failing to guarantee jobs and workers’ rights when the UK leaves the EU after she held a series of face-to-face meetings with union leaders in Downing Street.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been pressed by union leaders to guarantee jobs and workers’ rights after Brexit during a series of face-to-face meetings in Downing Street.
Chief executives of leading UK companies are paid 133 times more than the average worker, new research for “Fat Cat Friday” reveals.
Millions of UK workers risk missing out on basic rights because they work for outsourced companies so cannot challenge minimum wage or holiday pay abuses, according to the TUC.
Employers should have a zero-tolerance policy on racism in the workplace following the increase in racist abuse since the European referendum, the TUC has urged.
Bank Of England governor Mark Carney has said that a currency union with an independent Scotland would be "incompatible with sovereignty".