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The future of UK labour law


Flexible work and its consequences: historical perspectives

Nearly one million workers in the UK are on zero-hour contracts. A further five million are nominally self-employed. In modern Britain, flexibility is often presented as a way of reconciling pressures between work and family life.


Workers in the Boardroom: worker directors and lessons from history


The Future of Trade Unions


Trade Union Forum: Trade Unions and the European Union


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