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Zero hour contracts: no good for the economy

It’s no secret that here at Third Way we oppose zero-hours contracts. We don’t believe that contracts which allow employers to hire staff “on the lump” and which require people to be on call for work on the company’s whim are right or fair. We have never believed that these contracts are good for the … Continue reading

What can we do about the Horsemeat scandal?

I guess I’m not the only parent to be asked by their kid: “Daddy, have I ate horse?”. It’s not the kind of question I would have predicted if you asked me a while back, but given reports on the news recently it became  more likely. Sadly the answer is: “Yes, probably”. The news started … Continue reading

Human Rights Victory for BNP Worker

Arthur Redfearn was dismissed in 2004 from his job as a bus driver for Serco after winning a seat on Bradford Council for the British National Party. Mr Redfearn drove people with disabilities around Bradford. He fought a long campaign for Justice with numerous set-backs. This week, however, his perseverance paid off. The European Court … Continue reading

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