Richard Dunstan

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Tackling pregnancy discrimination is long overdue

Richard Dunstan

Earlier this week, as the latest set of ONS employment data led ministers to proclaim the long-awaited return of real wages growth, the Financial Times noted that “not everything about working in the UK is rosy. More people than ever have minimum wage jobs, [and] work can be insecure.” Indeed it can. While stronger than…


Labour must reclaim the BBC’s future from the Tories

Richard Dunstan

Sometimes, you have to feel sorry for BBC executives. No, really, you do. There they are, doing their best to ensure a future for their corporation and its anachronistic funding system, the TV licence. And then one of their most over-paid employees dumps them in the media shit yet again, this time by trying to…