Let's face it, times are tough. The economic situation has just about every corner of life reeling with uncertainty and motor
In the Formula One version of musical chairs, the music may be close to stopping and the vacant seats are few. Today's announcement
The obvious conclusion is that we live in a world of marked contrasts, of haves and have-nots and the have-nots are in the majority. The disadvantaged, malnourished and impoverished dominate the totals while the minority enjoy relative affluence in terms of good shelter, food, clean water, warmth, power services, health and wealth.
Average pay in the City of London has jumped by 12% to £83,000 in the last year, with managing directors enjoying a 21% increase
Low paid local government workers are struggling to make ends meet right now - frozen pay, Government cuts and rising inflation have seen to that. This is why it is a kick in the teeth for them to hear that the pay of directors in the UK's top businesses have risen by 50% in the last year alone.
Directors in the country's top firms have seen their pay rise by almost 50% in the past year, taking their average earnings
The Ministry of Defence has clawed back money paid to a soldier killed in Afghanistan because he died before the end of the
PA -- Tube drivers in the capital will see their pay go over the £50,000 a year mark under a four-year wage deal negotiated
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The gap between pay rises for workers in the public sector and private firms has widened in recent months
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Workers from Sainsbury's stores will stage a protest outside the firm's annual general meeting in a