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TUC analysis found 550,000 children with a parent working in the public sector will be living in poverty by the end of the current financial year.
Report released before annual congress exposes in-work poverty, with people skimping on food and heating despite having jobs.
Findings fly in the face of Theresa May’s pledge to tackle "burning injustice" and build a Britain "that works to everyone".
UK Government urged to "name and shame" employers who pay apprentices less than the minimum wage.
Tories accused of "creating the longest period of falling real-terms pay since the Napoleonic wars".
Black, Asian and minority ethnic workers are over a third more likely than white workers to be in insecure employment, TUC study shows.
Low wage growth and poor investment 'putting the UK economy in the danger zone', warns TUC.
TUC report warns Britain could be at risk of becoming "a bargain basement economy" if workplace rights aren't protected after Brexit.
Employers using zero-hours contracts and low-paid self-employment to escape paying tax and national insurance, TUC report warns.
The number of workers trapped in insecure jobs has rocketed by a shocking 660,000 over the past five years, according to study.
TUC says weak wage growth and higher inflation could leave even more families struggling with debt.
Shocking research reveals 3.2 million households are in ‘problem debt’, while more than a million are in 'extreme problem debt'.
Real-terms wages in the UK fell by more than 10% between 2007 and 2015, the biggest fall among leading OECD countries.
Across the UK, the number of children living in poverty has increased by 200,000.
More than one in five working dads in the UK have missed out on paternity pay in the past twelve months, according to new analysis by the TUC.
Study says government’s obsession with shrinking size of state is straining public services and further cuts will harm growth.
Rise of 50p an hour will not cover loss of benefits for 6.5 million people, says Resolution Foundation thinktank.
Office for National Statistics says number of people reporting that they work on contracts with no minimum hours has risen to 744,000.
TUC's Frances O'Grady says employers who flout the National Minimum Wage should face higher fines and has called for more prosecutions.
Research also reveals that nearly 300,000 more women 'want work' than their male counterparts, according to the TUC.
Research by the TUC found that households with two children will lose £2017.60 over the next five years, due to a further freeze to child benefit.
A new report from the TUC shows that 820,000 workers are trapped on low-paid 'short-hours' contracts.
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