Ensuring a minimum wage of £8 an hour will mean the low paid seeing some of the benefits of the economic recovery.
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As the party looks to respond to the referendum at party conference, Labour needs a distinctive and radical offer that delivers for England.
Anyone who wishes to see a left-leaning Labour government in England should be rooting firmly for a No vote.
Will Labour keep the Barnett Formula intact as pledged in today’s Daily Record in Scotland, or will it reform system of funding as Carwyn Jones has argued?
After previous general election defeats Labour has tended to lapse into self-criticism and recriminations. Not this time.
The latest set of quarterly tribunal statistics confirm the ongoing evisceration of workers’ access to justice by the Coalition.
Emran Mian of the Social Market Foundation looks at the contents of Michael Dugher’s speech on reforming the civil service.
Tweet Many wrongly see UKIP as a net positive for Labour – this is wrongheaded. Labour needs to get serious about UKIP, says Sam Fowles. Last week Nigel Farage announced his ambition, not just to be David Cameron’s “worst nightmare” but Ed Miliband’s as well. The general perception amongst the progressive media appears to be that UKIP’s […]