Monthly Archives: February 2018
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced the news at a ceremony at City Hall yesterday. Click here to read more.
Police officers, nurses and teachers receiving charitable grants at higher rate than ever amid stagnating wages and rise in living costs, figures show. Click here to read more.
London, East & South East (LESE) Pensioners’ Network Annual Seminar: WHO CARES ABOUT CARE
Monday 9 April 2018, 10.00am – 3.30pm
This is a FREE ADMISSION Seminar. Continue reading
Campaigners are fighting tooth and nail to stop the plans from going ahead. Click here to read more.
HALF A MILLION children of public-sector workers will be living in poverty by April, sensational new figures reveal today.
The TUC research shows that the figure has shot up by a whopping 40 per cent since 2010 — and that Tory cuts to benefits and public-sector pay are to blame. Click here to read more.
UNISON is supporting London’s #March4Women, the 2018 International Women’s Day march organised by CARE International UK.
Want to be part of a global movement for gender equality? Get your friends & family together & join #March4Women, London’s biggest, noisiest & most celebratory #WomensDay march on 4 March!
For further information about #March4Women and how you can get involved please contact Naomi on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you didn’t have a job, how far would you go to get one? Click here to read more.
Larry Herman, Social Documentary Photographer currently available to view at TUC Congress House (Marble Hall, Ground Floor)
Council leader and local MP Stella Creasy under fire over housing proposals where just 20% of homes will be ‘affordable’. Click here to read more.