Two months ago, a huge political event caused debate around employment laws and the EU’s influence on them. In the politically tumultuous weeks that followed the referendum, a new campaign has cast worker’s rights back into the spotlight. The Labour leadership contest between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith is a battle for the support of the left-wing and trade unions, with much of the campaigning focused on bolstering employee and trade union rights.Read More
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Turbulent cabinet reshuffles, be they shadow or otherwise are not always a stroll in the park. Tony Blair, the New Labour St. Paul, famously botched a cabinet reshuffle in 2003.Read More
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