Last weekend, I was delighted to speak at The Great Pension Robbery, a rally organised by the Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) campaign.
The Government has treated 3.8m women with disdain, implementing significant changes to pensions with no thought for the impact they would have on women who were born in the 1950s. Without the unrelenting work of WASPI campaigners, this unfairness would simply have been swept under the carpet.
Hundreds of pupils, parents and staff in the North West face changes in the management of their schools when they return in September.
The occasion of the TUC’s 150th anniversary gives us the opportunity to step back and reflect on our movement’s past and future.Read more
Workers who devote their working lives to providing quality public services deserve to be employed by organisations that share that same sole objective.