Another promise to increase the minimum wage: students, read the fine print 

Last month, Keir Starmer pledged that should he win a majority, he would ensure a £10 minimum wage. Within his speech made to the TUC conference, Starmer swore to build a new system of rights for workers, the piece de resistance of which would be the increased minimum wage. The promise is nothing new for […]


Unpaid internships are legally and morally questionable

Not only are unpaid internships exploitative, manipulating a youthful workforce with no alternative to work for free. They also have the dubious honour of being legal in the most minimal sense of the word possible.  Internships are long past their glory days. As occupations for the particularly eager during a long vacation – a more […]