Published in: openDemocracyUK: NewsBig Tech firms paying below minimum wage left off UK government’s name-and-shame list
Deliveroo, Uber and Amazon were excluded because couriers are classed as self-employed, but legal experts say...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: NewsUK faces insecure job ‘crisis’ as government plans to pull pandemic safety net away
Key workers, new parents and those unable to work will suffer when furlough pay stops and benefits are cut back
Only six UK employers prosecuted for paying below minimum wage in six years
Exclusive: ‘Pathetic’ prosecution rate criticised, amid new findings government gave many firms furlough cash...
20% of UK political donations come from just ten men
Exclusive: Ten men with an average age of 70, most of whom are white, gave £106m – while women gave just one in four...
Shadowy groups face ‘no risk’ for breaking UK election law, experts tell MPs
The UK’s outdated election laws are vulnerable to abuse by third-party campaigning groups with no paper trail, a...
Published in: 50.50: NewsGreen Party co-leader stepping down amid divisions over trans rights
‘More urgently than ever we need a transformed society that respects everyone’s rights,’ said Siân Berry in a letter...