Nearly 45% of workers in Sutton earn below London Living Wage, the highest percentage of employees earning below the recommended
A timber and glass ‘crown’ will be built on top of the 11-storey International House despite opposition from Brixton residents.
Trade unions protested against Wandsworth Council’s pay policy last week and put pressure on the authority to end inequalities between
The biggest strike in The Ministry of Justice’s history will take place next week when cleaners, receptionists, and security guards
Ritzy staff and trade unionists demonstrated outside Brixton’s Ritzy cinema on Saturday to reinstate their four recently sacked union representatives.
Ritzy Strikes Back! Cinema staff shut up shop as ‘last resort’ over London living wage and sick pay row
Ritzy cinema staff were again on strike on Saturday as relations with management over an ongoing wage dispute began to
A Brixton-based entrepreneur is warning that this year’s Budget could threaten the humble greasy spoon. George Osborne’s budget promised a
Don’t blow it! Campaigners host Marks & Spencer hanky stitch-ins across UK to urge retail giant to pay living wage
Crafty campaigners are staging ‘stitch-ins’ at Marks & Spencer branches across the UK urging retail chiefs to pay workers a
“At the moment I have to work such long hours and I still don’t earn enough to sustain myself –
Boris Johnson today praised Chelsea FC for its landmark decision to become the first Premier League club to pay employees
Low-paid workers deserve better and should be paid the London Living Wage , demand South London business leaders who are