The European Commission has announced today that the just transition fund will include €7.5 billion of “fresh money”.
A combination of public opinion, trade unions, water activists and others has blocked the privatisation of a water company in Jyväskylä in Finland.
29 January was an emotional one in the European Parliament with the vote to approve the UK withdrawal agreement. Despite of what the likes of Boris Johnson and others say, the story is not over and will never be over.
The Commission launched a series of new policy consultations this week. These cover fair minimum wages, the Just transition mechanism and funding for the Green Deal, the European Pillar of Social Rights and the road map on closing the gender pay gap thro
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IN THIS ISSUE
Labour movement builds "wave of anger"
Protests and strike action over public sector pay
Major boost for care sector pay
Workers in disabled care see work-life balance improvements
Unions in private health plan protests before next negotiations
IN THIS ISSUE
International support for campaign against labour reforms
Union action on pay on day of culture
Unions to take action on pay
School secretaries suspend industrial action to return to talks
Northern Irish health workers suspend action to ballot over offer