The Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) meets in Brighton from 21 to 23 May for its annual conference.
The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled, as the Kevin Spacey character argues in The Usual Suspects, is convincing the world that he doesn’t exist.
Across the country demonstrations and meetings have been held against the “Bedroom Tax”.
An article in today's Daily Express is typical of how the tabloid press lies about the benefits system.
On Sunday 25 March David Cameron wrote a piece for the Sun railing about so-called health and benefit tourism by migrants!
Labour MPs helped get the coalition off the hook over the “workfare” scandal that saw three appeal court judges rule that the work-for-free-or-lose-your-benefits schemes to which over 200,000 unemployed workers have been subjected are unlawful.
When averaged out across the whole population, the government’s benefit cuts amount to a £760 loss by 2014-2015 for every single one of us.
A scattering of protest meetings and stalls and lobbies is beginning to grow.
On 13 February, the Guardian splashed a report that the Labour council of Camden, in north London, was “singling out more than 700 families to be moved up to 200 miles away”.
“Workfare” schemes took a blow on Tuesday 12 February as two unemployed workers won Court of Appeal cases which ruled that attempts to force them to work for free, or risk losing their benefits, were unlawful.