29 June 2012
As we roll out our own creditThe latest scandal to engulf banks highlights the need for ethical saving, says the as it rolls out its own credit union.
PCS general secretary calling for parliamentary opposition to welfare cuts
The DWP has announced it intends to close Norcross centre, one of its major offices in the north west, with the possible loss of hundreds of jobs and the displacement of hundreds more to other sites.
Equality and Human Rights Commission Workers who advise vulnerable and disabled people about their rights face being forced out of their jobs by a decision to privatise their work and move it hundreds of miles across the country.
The planned rise in fuel duty will be frozen until early next year.
The workfare scheme that forced an unpaid Birmingham woman to stock shelves at Poundland for six weeks is "blatantly unlawful," London's High Court heard today.
UK's largest union sets up fighting fund for strike pay and campaign leaflets to fight further government spending cuts
South London Healthcare NHS trust is being put into special measures by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley amid mounting debts and losses of £1m per week.
Tax offices were closed today and calls to telephone inquiry lines were met with a recorded announcement because of a strike by tens of thousands of Revenue and Customs (HMRC) workers.
Campaigners are demanding Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans to situate high velocity missiles on housing estates and in communities in East London are scrapped.
Housing benefit ban for under 25s and welfare linked to wages among plans as PM signals new focus beyond Tory-Lib Dem coalition reports Patrick Wintour