Nick Cohen's article is a disappointing and misplaced, attack on unions
Labour’s Gain Shows Unions’ Pain – But Change Is Coming
We need to be different. We need to be daring. We need to be brave. Frankly, what’s the alternative? What’s left to lose?
A Longer Look At Taylor – Is It Marmalade When We Wanted Marmite?
Black-and-White analysis of Taylor overlooks a more nuanced set of recommendations
Young Core Workers Set To Save UK Unions?
New work brings a real prospect of change to break through the disconnect between young workers and unions.
#HeartUnions is here – but we need more support!
Unions are getting data-smart, but they must step up at looking beyond their membership base.
Why May Must Say Yes to Worker Directors
Industrial democracy has made a welcome return to the political front line. With positive news for workers and the economy in general hard to come by, this could be a glimmer of good news in a fairly bleak winter. I’m talking of course about the idea of Worker Directors. Theresa May has been tying herself … Continue reading Why May Must Say Yes to Worker Directors
A New Populism? Talk Like You Mean It
The starting point for a new populism is to understand just how difficult it will be.
Dads and Childcare – A trade union issue
This isn’t about who changes the dirty nappies. No-one likes doing that. It is a question of what we are going to about this fundamentally unfair and dysfunctional situation. Cost and Access issues make a childcare crisis for Dads which hurts us all