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Duncan Carson is a former Asda employee who worked as a baker for 13 years. He refused to sign their controversial new contract, along with over ten thousand others. The new conditions would see workers lose paid breaks and be given less notice before shifts. He lost his job as a result. Here he explains the “flexibility” clause that forced him into this position.
Ed Miliband's American election guru David Axelrod has given him a lukewarm endorsement, insisting that he isn't on a par
David Cameron has set out his priorities as the general election draws near, but seems to have to upset both sides of the
George Osborne may be forced to start cutting into the government's schools budget after the general election, confidential
George Osborne gleefully unveiled analysis on Monday that suggested Labour would spend billions more if it won this year's
Osborne originally planned to eliminate the deficit by the end of this Parliament, but now has to make do with boasting that
With Halloween upon us, George Osborne will be glowering in the Treasury over the horrific state of the public finances as
Britain's poorest have seen a "staggering" 15% decline in their incomes in the past year, according to a stark report, which
George Osborne is under fire for an "outrageous misuse" of public money after spending nearly £200,000 trying to protect
Chancellor George Osborne and Bank of England governor Mark Carney are no longer going to G20 talks in Australia so they