Responding to the claims made today (Monday 20 March) in the national media by Tom Watson MP, deputy leader of the Labour party, Unite’s acting general secretary Gail Cartmail said: “Tom Watson has made claims about Unite and its general secretary Len McCluskey which are entirely inaccurate.
Marking International Women’s Day, the CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute speaks to PoliticsHome on what the insurance industry can to do alleviate gender equality.
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, Labour’s chief whip in the House of Lords Steve Bassam on his days as a squatter and taking in a Syrian refugee
Homeless Link's new report provides a framework to help shape the funding of sustainable supported housing services.
UKIP’s Staffordshire MEP Jill Seymour, who is also the party’s transport spokesman writes on the eve of polling day in Stoke-on-Trent Central, having been campaigning in the seat for the past two weeks.
At the largest gathering of LGBTI teachers, organised by the NASUWT, the largest teachers union in the UK, teachers have reported there is still a long way to go for LGBTI equality in the workplace.
The Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) is today calling on amusement arcade owners to catch up with bookmakers by encouraging people to gamble more responsibly on gaming machines.
Labour MPs should spend less time pontificating on how voters should think and more time understanding what they do think, argues John Mann MP.
The very fact that we are having this discussion highlights that child poverty is a vital issue the Government must continue address says CEO of Turn2us, Simon Hopkins.
With Ukip pledging to run their “most professional” campaign yet in Stoke, and the race in Copeland too close to call, Labour insiders fear both seats are under serious threat.
Gudrun Ravetz, President of the British Veterinary Association has responded to today's (Thursday 2 February) announcement from Defra regarding new legislation around animal establishment licensing in England.
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, Ilford North MP Wes Streeting (and his office roommate, Peter Kyle)
Ahead of the Homelessness Reduction Bill's final stages in the House of Commons, Bob Blackman MP calls for MPs to pass the first 'substantial change' in England's homelessness legislation in forty years.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ (RCVS) Mind Matters Initiative and the Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) have announced the winners of their joint inaugural Wellbeing Awards.
The Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined her plans for the UK’s exit from the European Union in a major speech this week.
SNP MP Ronnie Cowan argues that the Government's Brexit rhetoric is that of a 'man hanging onto a dream which is rapidly becoming a nightmare.'
Families from two charities flew with Santa from Bristol Airport.
KPMG has become the first firm in the UK to publish comprehensive data analysing the socio‐economic profile of its workforce.
Blue Cross regularly treats dangerously ill pets who are bought online and collected from a public location.
As they celebrate the landmark of helping 2 million people develop basic online skills, CEO of Good Things Foundation Helen Milner OBE speaks to PoliticsHome about her charity's decision to rebrand from Tinder Foundation.
Commenting on the Pension Minister, Richard Harrington MP's announcement about capping pension fees, Nici Audhlam-Gardiner, managing director of Saga Investment Services said:
Alzheimer’s Society provides guidance to support people during the festive season
Klara Kozlov, Head of Corporate Clients at CAF, responds to Lord Hodgson's article on the rights and responsibilities in the corporate sector.
Digital technology will be the biggest priority for public sector chief financial officers (CFOs) over the next five years according to new research released by EY today.
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