Today’s Daily Mail rediscovers an entertaining myth it first promulgated in 2006 – that mothers who work spend just 19 minutes a day with their children.
Today’s unemployment figures make gloomy reading, with total unemployment up to 2.64 million, a 17-year high.
Voices have been raised in the Scottish Parliament over claims made by Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon on NHS Scotland’s workforce.
Reports by national newspaper education editors have suggested that the average starting salary for new graduates is £25,000 a year– or even £29,000, if you&rsquo
Workshy scroungers have cost the taxpayer £28 billion over the past decade, the Daily Express splashed on Monday.
A spate of press reports this month warned of dire consequences for women if public spending cuts lead to public sector job losses.
There’s an odd argument in the letters column of The Guardian today from Ceri Goddard, Chief Executive of the Fawcett Society, which campaigns for equality between men and wome
You might expect an unemployment level of 10 per cent to make those who are employed pretty happy with their jobs.