Universal Basic Income trialled in England for first time
Our society is going to require some form of basic income in the coming years, given the tumult of climate change, tech disruption and industrial transition that lies ahead.
The military has a huge problem with its culture and justice system
Home Office staff hit back at immigration schemes with threat of strikes
‘Swathes of the Conservative’s ‘Rural Wall’ are defecting to Labour after years of economic neglect.’
The union has won more impressive pay rises and improved conditions for members in recent weeks
‘If St Mungos think this is going to be a flash in the pan, they’re very much mistaken’
The Tories have accepted money from those with links to the Putin regime and to the former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.
Overall, 53% of voters believe the UK should pursue closer ties with the EU compared to 14 per cent who want a more distant relationship.
‘For a member of the London Assembly to accuse public transport workers who keep our capital moving today and during Covid of being “skivers” is reprehensible’
The MPs in question are now being contacted and asked to repay the fines.
‘Childcare holds the power to tackle disadvantage by enabling parents to work and boosting children’s outcomes. But this opportunity is being missed and new government investment risks entrenching rather than changing an unequal system,’ says the JRF.