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The widening gap between rich and poor reflects a decline in trade union power, so argue the authors of the bestselling book The Spirit Level.
According to a new report, the UK falls within the category of nations where people’s workplace rights are regularly violated.
If you are simultaneously bashing the unions and slashing welfare, you’re also not in the best position to accuse others of conducting class war.
There are those in the media who are so nostalgic for the days of openly bashing trade unions they are busy recreating a kind of Sealed Knot society devoted to replaying the 1970s.
European manufacturing and industrial unions met in Madrid this week at a specially convened conference to discuss the crisis in European industry.
The public are more concerned about the Tory Party’s relationship with big business than they are worried about Labour’s relationship with the trade unions.
Calls are once again being made to tighten Britain’s strike laws. However Britain already has some of the most draconian industrial relations laws in Europe.