TUC head attacks City bonus levels

Brockett, James
March 2007
People Management;3/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p11
The article focuses on a lecture given by Trades Union Congress (TUC) general secretary Brendan Barber in which he criticized current economic and working trends in Great Britain. It is stated that Barber's comments echo those of Northern Ireland secretary and Labour deputy leadership hopeful Peter Hain, who stated that city firms should donate two-thirds of their bonus pots to charity.


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