Irish unions have won a significant victory for the lowest paid, and most insecure, workers. This is well and truly a success for the workers and unions in Ireland. One can only ask why this was not banned in the first place by EU law if it is so progressive? Obviously it is not.
The economic situation of young people between 18 and 34 in Britain is deteriorating. Their indebtedness and over-indebtedness are increasing rapidly, but not because they are necessarily living beyond their means, but simply to meet essential […]
With regard to austerity for the people, the EU wields an iron fist. When it comes to banks it will bend over backward to be obliging and generous. Read here