Frances O’Grady

This week we've learned from the government's leading Brexiteer, David Davis, that the UK will be putting British jobs and living standards at risk for nothing more than the illusion of 'taking back control' of our borders.
The Government will fail to erase the gender pay gap without implementing an action plan it has just dismissed, MPs have
CETA is a dreadful deal and it should not set a template for Britain's trade deal with the EU or anywhere else. That's why, when CETA comes before the European Parliament next Wednesday, trade unions in Britain and across Europe will ask MEPs to vote against it.
Speaking to business leaders today she now appears to be back-tracking on this commitment: "I can categorically tell you that this is not about mandating the direct appointment of workers or trade union representatives on Boards." If this turns out to be the case, it represents a huge missed opportunity to put in place a different model for British business.
Theresa May must put workers on company boards to help tackle the “glorified gangmastering” taking place in some of Britain’s
Theresa May must put workers on company boards to help tackle the “glorified gangmastering” taking place in some of Britain’s
Victims are left feeling 'ashamed and frightened'.
Sexual harassment is leaving victims feeling “ashamed and frightened” as new research shows that nearly two thirds of young
The EU is far from perfect. I haven't been afraid to criticise it before, and I won't hesitate in the future. But on balance, the risks of leaving are far greater to working people than staying in. We need to build on the protections we have, not gamble them away.