The Collapse of Thomas Cook

The Government had the chance to stop Thomas Cook’s collapse by injecting £200m. It didn’t take it, and now faces a £600m bill to repatriate holiday makers with 22,000 jobs gone. What a disgrace. My thoughts are with all those facing redundancy today.

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Faisal speaks up about the retail crisis

I recently took part in a debate on the future of the UK retail industry. The retail industry is suffering heavily at the moment, especially with job losses. 74,000 jobs have been lost over the course of 2018, and town centre vacancy rates rose to 10.2% in April 2019. Usdaw Union have

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Warrington Guardian Column | The importance of Trade Unions

The first meeting of the Trade Union Congress took place back in 1868, just up the road in Manchester, then the engine of the industrial revolution. Those who met that day formed a national and united voice to defend trade unions and fight for the rights of every worker – creating the first

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