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Bosses are failing to honour minimum pay laws, warns Britain’s job market tsar

Tougher action promised by David Metcalf, director of labour market enforcement, as employers dodge wage regulations.  Click here to read more.

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Employment tribunal fees ruled unlawful by supreme court

Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims are unlawful, Supreme Court rules.  Click here to read more.

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Waltham Forest Council’s first female leader Clare Coghill is ‘fighting’ for women in politics

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The Waltham Forest council are looking to close the south Chingford resource hub to build flats!

Age UK work from this building. Age UK Waltham Forest and Reaching Out East provide key services and support to older and disabled residents, this includes befriending, computer classes,

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Clinical waste piles up as Whipps Cross Hospital workers strike against ‘slave-like’ conditions

Mounds of clinical waste were left to pile up outside a hospital as vital workers went on strike against “slave-like” working conditions and zero-hours contracts.  Click here to read more.

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EU handouts swell billionaires coffers

 TENS of millions of pounds in European Union subsidies are being paid to landowning billionaires and aristocrats in Britain, a Greenpeace study showed yesterday.  Click here to read more.

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Waltham Forest Council raked in £41m in property sales since 2014 without building a single new home

Waltham Forest Council made more than £41 million selling its social housing stock without building a single new home for three years.  Click here to read more.

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Britain becoming more divided with ‘whole tracts of country left behind’, says Social Mobility Commission

Income and wealth divides have become ‘more acute’; between 1997 and 2017 the bottom fifth of households saw incomes increase by just over £10 a week compared with £300 for the top fifth.  Click here to read more.

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IT Company ‘Threatens Redundancy For Staff Voting Labour’

‘Unacceptable’ email warning ‘Labour voters would be made redundant first’ sent to all Storm Technologies staff on polling day.  Click here to read more.

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Tax evaders exposed: why the super-rich are even richer than we thought

Analysis of a massive trove of data – much of it leaked from tax havens – suggests that inequality levels across the world should be revised upwards dramatically.  Click here to read more.

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