"Labour" Blogs & Blog Posts

Stand up for StockwellStand up for Stockwell

Stockwell Labour blog - community news and information from local Labour co...

 
Musings from MedwayMusings from Medway

Medway blog covering Rochester, Strood, Chatham, Rainham, Gillingham, Cuxto...

 
Councillor Bob PiperCouncillor Bob Piper

Blog by Sandwell Labour councillor Bob Piper. Not New Labour, Not Old Labou...

 


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Since the late 1970s (coinciding with the rise of neoliberalism) wages have stagnated while executive pay keeps rising. This has led to inequality being one of the largest issues facing companies and countries in the 21st century. Accordingly, people...

There's a glorious amount of hand wringing at The Guardian and the like, but it's all meaningless waffle.To my mind, anti-Semitic (which is an inaccurate way of saying "anti-Jewish", seeing as semitic means people from a certain part of the Middle E...

From City AM:Water companies have hit out at Labour after the shadow chancellor John McDonnell described the industry as a "national scandal". Labour attacked the water industry today, saying the private sector was handing out "scandalous" amounts in...

2018 marked a minimum wage increase in Ontario which follows a trend throughout North America of raising the level minimum companies can pay workers. Large, heartless, corporations like Tim Hortons have released statements that they think paying peop...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Edt3d0xjEdU Back in the days of the Howard Dean campaign, it seemed that the political left had a near-monopoly on brilliant, technologically sophisticated "netroots" activists, a situation that carried over to the...

This week, global finance criminals Morgan Stanley published a report warning investors that a victory for Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party would be worse for its fortunes than even the most shambolic, bungled Brexit (which the Tories are on track...

2017 has been anything but a successful year for unions. For a multitude of reasons unions have a bad reputation, although it’s thanks to unions that we have labour rights and weekends. Unions are really good at helping individuals deal with in...