Forty years on, there is still resistance to mixing with the ‘sort of people’ who were segregated in social housing tower blocks.
Even where communities are mixed, many inner-city families go to extraordinary financial and geographic lengths to ensure their children do not go to school with children from 'the flats'.
Can basic income become a worldwide policy?
The arguments for an universal basic income have emerged from a rising disillusionment in classic economics and expectations of more security.
External pressure has led to delivery giant, Hermes, being referred to the chief tax man over whether or not its workers should be classified as 'self-employed'.
On the march.
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A century on from the UK's only ever general strike, the major federation for organised labour in Britain must learn to be more effective.
Care workers need career progression too.
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Working in a care home should come with better career prospects.
A precarious foot on the job ladder.
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With secure jobs hard to find, it's easier for people from higher social classes to be in temporary work.
The new precariat.
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Many young people are part of the precariat – in low-paid insecure work.
What future does this envelope hold?
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I have worked with young people all my life, as a youth worker, academic teacher and youth policy adviser. I have observed their trajectories, listened to their aspirations, supported them in the steps…
With stable jobs in short supply, what does the future hold for Australia’s young workers?
The term “precariat” conveys the idea that the old working class, the proletariat, has transmuted into a new social class where work and life are characterised by precariousness and risk. While the old…