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Workers’ rights

Until 2021, EU law offered workers in the UK a range of protections, including limits on working hours, annual leave, equal pay, maternity rights and parental leave, protections for agency workers, health and safety, and protection against discrimination in the workplace.

#TruckedOff Union backs grassroots campaign to restore ‘safety, decency and dignity’ to HGV drivers’ working life

Change to ‘Cabotage’ rules will hurt British firms and workers. It’s the latest sign that Brexit economic nationalism isn’t working

“Higher pay, not uncontrolled immigration”? Huge shortage of nurses exposes government hypocrisy

No Turkeys for Christmas? Government scrambles to address poultry crisis

Inadequate, immoral, flawed: Why the government’s latest policy to address HGV driver crisis will not work

Half a million in limbo

Has Brexit just made our roads less safe?

The rights of sex workers after Brexit: an interview with Laura Connelly

Natalie Sedacca on the Seasonal Agricultural Workers’ Scheme: workers’ rights at risk