01 November 2016
A new biography of MP and campaigner Ellen Wilkinson documents her fight for radical change—and how a commitment to parliament scuppered it, writes Nick Clark
13 September 2016
More people may be in work but full-time positions are getting harder to find. Behind the figures, Alistair Farrow finds that bosses are making employment work for them—not us
16 August 2016
David Cameron and his crusading work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith made a mission of “reforming” benefits.
05 April 2016
Private firms paid billions to hound disabled and unemployed people could lose their contracts.
03 February 2016
Universal Credit will make working families poorer and is mired in worse delays than ever, two new reports reveal.
10 November 2015
Unions are treating mass job losses like a done deal. Instead they should learn from last time, argues Simon Basketter
03 November 2015
Metals company Caparo Industries announced 452 job cuts on Friday of last week, after going into administration last month.