Minimum wage dodgers warned they face fines of up to 200% of wages owed, but critics argue much more could be done.
TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady meets with opposition leaders at 'Brexit summit'.
Twitter users were quick to remind the former Chancellor about the tragic human cost of cuts to vital public services and social security benefits.
Resolution Foundation warns of rising inequality amid cuts to working-age benefits.
ONS figures show unemployment increased by 46,000 between July to September 2017 and October to December 2017.
'People should not be left without food, heating and electricity because of cruel Tory policies', says Christina McKelvie
Growth of unsuitable self-employment blamed for half of single parent homes being poor.
Labour leader will argue the welfare state has been left "to pick up the slack with sticking plaster redistribution to the people".
'It has become so common that it barely raises an eyebrow and this situation has to change'
Fears that crucial improvements in disability rights could be reversed post-Brexit.
Figures show food prices have risen at their fastest rate in four years, as Tories are accused of 'playing games' with the UK's future.
Tories accused of "dragging their feet" on ensuring the super-rich and big corporations pay their fair share in tax.
TUC says insecure work allows employers to treat some workers like "second class citizens", many of whom struggle to "budget for their weekly shop".
DWP accused of "rewarding failure" after auditors brand some PIP assessments "unacceptable" and number of appeal victories hit new high.
UK Government urged to ban pension cold calls, as MPs warn people's savings are under threat from scammers.
Manpower poll shows hiring staff is flatlining in London and depicts firms as the least confident for five years about taking on new workers.
Chancellor appeared to suggest that disabled people were to blame for a productivity crisis in the UK labour market, while giving evidence to the Commons Treasury Committee.
Resolution Foundation says Brits face the "longest period of continuous falls in disposable incomes in over 60 years".
Rise in personal tax allowance benefits higher ratepayers by £340 a year with basic rate band £70 better off and universal credit recipients better by just 50p per week.
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The chancellor’s untimely slip carried echoes of Lamont’s remark that people out of work was a price worth paying.
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