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- Sony decline of the white working class. Hall, Peter // Regeneration & Renewal;3/21/2008, p16
The author reflects on the kind of attitude that must be demonstrated by the Government towards white working class in Great Britain. He gathers various reports claiming that the class are now a piece of history considering the decreasing number of their members who get included in the labor...
- Research - New Tech workers demand their money's worth. // Database & Network Journal;Aug2015, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p9
The article focuses on the 2015 Randstad Award annual independent survey of British workers conducted by specialist recruiter Randstad Technologies about their attitude to changing jobs which found that salary has grown as a priority among technology workers choosing an employer. It says that...
- Unemployment falls as EU gets back to work. // Personnel Today;10/1/2002, p59
Reports on decline in the number of unemployed in Great Britain, as of October 1, 2002. Increase in the number of people in work; Proportion of population between ages 15-64 that is economically active in Great Britain in comparison to other European Union (EU) countries; Male and female...
- class conscious. Martin, Andrew // New Statesman;03/27/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4479, p42
Focuses on bicycles as a symbol of the working class in Great Britain in the 1970s. Manner in which the working men rode their bikes; Cost of bicycles in 2000; Middle-class cyclists as icons of urban living in 2000.
- Fifty years after SS Windrush docked, we should remember that we came, not simply as black... Howe, Darcus // New Statesman;06/12/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4389, p30
Opinion. Argues that the anniversary of the SS Windrush was a celebration of black working class life. Importance of the celebration; Information on the docking of the SS Windrush in 1948 from the Caribbean; Details on the celebration on Britain of the anniversary.
- Valid concerns over pension charge cap. // Money Marketing;11/14/2013, p41
The author comments on the concerns about the proposed pension charge cap of 0.75-1 per cent and the unintended consequences for British employees and their staff of the suggestion to ban commission on all qualifying schemes and force them to be rewritten.
- THE MAKING OF WORKING--CLASS HISTORY. Price, Richard // Victorian Studies;Autumn76, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p69
Focuses on the working-class history in Great Britain. Problem of working-class secularism; Scholarship from the Ruskin Workshop; Exploitation of resources in the countryside.
- A conservative canon: Cultural lag in British working-class reading habits. Rose, Jonathan // Libraries & Culture;Winter98, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p98
Examines the reading habits of the working class in Great Britain, from the beginning of industrialization until 1945. How the working class attachment to religious literature impeded the development of inexpensive secular magazines; Information on working-class cultural conservatism; How the...
- NOTES AND QUERIES. McConville, John // Bulletin -- Society for the Study of Labour History;Autumn71, Issue 23, p36
The article presents information on strikes of sailors in Great Britain. The word "blackleg" was in use considerably earlier than the Shorter Oxford Dictionary. The earliest example found was during the 1851 seamen's strike on the northeast coast of England. Even though it was a peaceful dispute...