Is This The Summer Of Discontent? Your Guide To All The Industries Thinking About Strike Action

6/28/2022 11:00:00 PM

Looks like rail workers may have started a trend.

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Looks like rail workers may have started a trend.

Looks like rail workers may have started a trend.

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Why inflation looks likely to stay above the pre-pandemic normMany forecasters expect that annual inflation will soon ebb. Yet some indicators point to more price pressure to come in the near term So basically the forecasters are going to keep telling us inflation has peaked until they eventually are right and we’ll hear about how great the “experts” really are. Isn't The Economist ac British publication? BillAckman Note that BillAckman usually talks loudly in favor of his positions. What’s there to know if he has short positions and try to push the prices down publicly? Has he not done so in the past?

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Travelex banks on holiday revival as it looks to replace UK jobs axed during pandemicThe company says it is looking ahead to better times following a dire 2020 for the business that saw it come under a cyberattack followed by coronavirus.

Mike Dailly: Scapegoating workers won't wash this summerINFLATION will soon hit 11 this year. It’s already at 9. The pound is now worth a few pence more than the euro, making holidays abroad more…

NI teachers taking industrial action could have pay deductedTeachers in the NASUWT union taking action short of a strike could have pay deducted for breaching their contract, according to a letter from employers to principals Teachers are working above and beyond their contractual hours Sara Long and management side would get a massive shock if teachers decided to simply stick to what is written in their contracts and didn’t go above and beyond - every day. The teachers in NI are up there with the lowest skilled workers in the country. They know the salaries they signed up for when they decided to do it. Deduct their summer wages from them.

By Senior Trends Reporter, HuffPost UK 28/06/2022 03:50pm BST .Consumer confidence in many places is now even lower than it was in the early days of the covid-19 pandemic.Hear it from the experts Let our global subject matter experts broaden your perspective with timely insights and opinions you can’t find anywhere else.Why you can trust Sky News Travelex, the foreign currency exchange, has revealed plans to hire more than 1,000 workers in the UK after a pandemic rescue deal that saw 1,300 jobs axed.