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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
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One in ten gas stations in Britain belong to Shell
Fuel strike hits Britain

Gordon Brown’s assurances yesterday that talks to avert a strike by 600 tanker drivers could succeed have come to nothing this morning as the government urges motorists not to panic buy on the first of the strike’s four days. Last-ditch talks between the haulage companies and the Unite trade union failed last night after union… Read more »

Unions are increasingly flexing their muscles over public sector pay
Unions: Govt will pay over public pay deal

The general secretary of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) today warned the government it will pay “a real political price” over its public pay deal strategy. Speaking on the Today programme, Brendan Barber said: “Public sector workers feel they are being picked on. “Corporate Britain is simply not paying its fair share. “It’s not about… Read more »