I’ve worked in precarious jobs for more than 10 years
Panos Theodoropoulos, teaching fellow at University of Leicester, argues here’s what unions should do to support migrant workers.
“Here’s to a future of lightbulb moments”: Dorothy Francis MBE’s co-operative journey
In the late 1970s and 80s, I worked as a telephonist for the General Post Office, a public corporation which became British Telecom. It was considered a good gig, especially for a young working class girl from a social housing estate.