The UK is still over-reliant for growth on inflated house prices and low paid jobs.
Author Archives: Tony Burke
The row between Canada and Germany over the future of the stalled CETA free trade deal rumbles on after Germany said it wanted to re-open the talks.
The call follows a raft of recent reports highlighting inequality as a threat to the global economy.
On July 3, Germany moved towards introducing a legally binding national minimum wage set at €8.5 an hour.
A review of manufacturing commissioned by Labour says the UK needs to avoid damaging economic short-termism.
According to a new report, the UK falls within the category of nations where people’s workplace rights are regularly violated.
European manufacturing and industrial unions met in Madrid this week at a specially convened conference to discuss the crisis in European industry.