By Colin Foster
Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline recently agreed an £18 million pay package for its chief executive.
The workers have been offered a 2% rise - in real terms, a pay cut.
After seven years of New Labour government, inequality in Britain is still increasing. The gap between rich and poor is getting larger. The slice of total income taken by the top one per cent is already back to what it was in the 1930s, and continuing to increase rapidly.
Despite recent rises in public spending, the government still says it can't afford to run universities without top-up fees. It can't