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Job polarization

Today’s labour market figures show that we’re seeing job polarization – a relative decline of middling jobs. My chart shows the point. It shows changes in employment by occupation since 2010, when employment troughed. You can see there’s been a...

Kensington MP accuses Government of 'complete betrayal' over Grenfell Tower inquiry

LONDON — The terms of the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry are "a complete betrayal of everything we were promised," the Labour MP for Kensington has claimed. Emma Dent Coad, who has been MP for the constituency since June said that the "the...Show More Summary

On Labour's "Sexist" Industrial Strategy

When Jess Phillips speaks it rarely ends well. On this occasion, seemingly determined to ruffle as many feathers as possible, she is reported as saying that "left-wing men are the absolute worst" when it comes to sexism, and that Labour's industrial strategy is sexist. Show More Summary

UK's Labour Party Says Arts Council Should Only Fund Arts Organizations That Pay Living Wage

‘Acting Up’, commissioned by Shadow Culture Minister Tom Watson, notes that although 33% of the population is working class, just 16% of actors are working class, and only 7% of the performing arts workforce is from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic background. The report presents the findings of an inquiry that focused on the […]

Uber is releasing a new tipping feature in the UK, and critics are not happy about it

Uber has just launched a bunch of new features in the UK in a bid to appease drivers who are in a bitter dispute with the the company over labour rights... but not everybody is happy with the additions. SEE ALSO: Woman gave birth inShow More Summary

Freeland outlines NAFTA renegotiation goals

From labour standards to cutting red tape, Chrystia Freeland summarizes what Canada hopes to address in NAFTA talks The post Freeland outlines NAFTA renegotiation goals appeared first on

How the centre-left has become extreme

Join me below as I discuss with Avi Abelow of Israel Video Network how political polarisation in both Britain and America is being driven by the shift in the centre of gravity in both the Labour and Democratic parties to the extreme left. The post How the centre-left has become extreme appeared first on

24 applicants are chasing every low-skilled job and keeping pay growth low

LONDON – Basic pay over the next year is predicted to rise by only about 1%, according to new data from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and The Adecco Group Labour Market Outlook. The CIPD's survey, of more...Show More Summary

'Neglected workforces:' ex-prisoners could help plug a post-Brexit labour shortage

LONDON – Post-Brexit changes to immigration laws could significantly reduce UK businesses' access to workers. But one solution to a labour shortage could be "neglected workforces," such as ex-offenders and the elderly. According to George...Show More Summary

Pastor freed from North Korea arrives back in Canada

Hyeon Soo Lim was sentenced to life of hard labour in 2015 for trying to use religion to destroy the North Korea system.

Rights groups question Palestine's electronic crime law

Anyone found guilty of acts online that disturb 'social harmony' faces up to 15 years of hard labour under new law.

'Broken' immigration system leaves Californian farmers short of labour

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In America’s most abundant agricultural region, where immigrant pickers have long sustained the economy, many farmers are less concerned with the illegal immigration decried by Donald Trump than with finding enough people to harvest their crops. Show More Summary

British MP: People are More Concerned with Being Called Racist than Arresting Sex Offenders

A UK Labour MP raises some serious concerns about political correctness enabling sex offenders.

Jeremy Corbyn does not 'believe' in ending free movement after Brexit, leading Momentum activist claims

Former Momentum treasurer tells Business Insider that Jeremy Corbyn does not believe in ending free movement, despite the Labour leader's recent comments. Michael Chessum claims Corbyn did not support the tougher immigration policies...Show More Summary

Oxford is the latest city to suffer tourist 'hell'

Labour councillor Mary Clarkson claims the 'city of dreaming spires' is regularly plunged into gridlock by pesky globetrotters.

FOIA: Fired Google Employee's Labour Complaint Against Alphabet Alleges A Week Of 'Threatening Employees'

As reported yesterday by Recode, former Google engineer James A Damore filed a complaint against the search giant's parent company, Alphabet Inc., with the US National Labor Relations Board. Parts of that complaint have been given to Gizmodo through a Freedom of Information Act request and are available to read in full (excepting NLRB redactions) below. More »      

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