Len Shackleton

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Why militant rail unions could be shooting themselves in the foot

Len Shackleton - 23 Nov 2022

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Without fundamental reform, the first nurses strike in over a century is unlikely to be the last

Len Shackleton - 8 Nov 2022

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Will the Government's anti-strike measures be enough to stop a wave of militancy?

Len Shackleton - 29 Sep 2022

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Our rail misery will only end when ministers face down the trade union dinosaurs

Len Shackleton - 15 Aug 2022

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Giving in to the unions isn't the only way to stop strikes

Len Shackleton - 18 Jul 2022

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If Boris wants to revive his fortunes, he should start by facing down the rail unions

Len Shackleton - 9 Jun 2022

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Can’t get a GP appointment? Blame medical socialism

Len Shackleton - 19 Apr 2022

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Why an independent football regulator would be an own goal for fans

Len Shackleton - 21 Mar 2022

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Scattergun sanctions could end up harming Britain more than Vladimir Putin

Len Shackleton - 15 Mar 2022

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The railways will never be the same after Covid – and the Government needs to recognise that

Len Shackleton - 11 Jan 2022

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Farewell to furlough – but where will the jobs market go from here?

Len Shackleton - 17 Nov 2021

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Female-friendly trade unions are a welcome contrast to the macho posturing of old

Len Shackleton - 25 Aug 2021

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Labour's jobs plans offers little but red tape and reheated Corbynism

Len Shackleton - 29 Jul 2021

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With the labour market struggling, this is no time for extra employment rules

Len Shackleton - 4 May 2021

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Even with restrictions lifted, the prospects for the high street are grim

Len Shackleton - 12 Apr 2021

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After Covid, we must seize the chance for radical school reform

Len Shackleton - 22 Feb 2021

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The Government seems blind to the dangers of excessive regulation

Len Shackleton - 2 Feb 2021

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Oxfam should spare us the tired student union posturing

Len Shackleton - 25 Jan 2021

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Oxfam should spare us the tired student union posturing

Len Shackleton - 25 Jan 2021

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The Government must step in and cancel the National League season

Len Shackleton - 20 Jan 2021

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The case for occupational license reform has never been more urgent

Len Shackleton - 5 Jan 2021

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The self-employed have taken a battering - we should think hard before penalising them again

Len Shackleton - 15 Dec 2020

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Government intervention has destroyed enough jobs - now the state must take a step back

Len Shackleton - 8 Oct 2020

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A long, drawn-out Covid inquiry is inevitable - but starting it too soon would be a big mistake

Len Shackleton - 20 Jul 2020

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A job creation scheme is a sticking plaster at best

Len Shackleton - 8 Jul 2020

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Liberate business to boost employment after lockdown

Len Shackleton - 10 Jun 2020

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Now is the right time to start unwinding the furlough scheme

Len Shackleton - 6 May 2020

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Cost is not the biggest problem with renationalisation

Len Shackleton - 9 Dec 2019

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The ASA has no business policing gender stereotypes

Len Shackleton - 14 Aug 2019

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Don't rely on the minimum wage in the fight against poverty

Len Shackleton - 1 Apr 2019

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Politicians should heed what the public really think about the rich

Len Shackleton - 11 Feb 2019

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An ethnic minority pay audit will do nothing to end racial discrimination

Len Shackleton - 11 Oct 2018

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We don't need trade unions to get to a four-day week

Len Shackleton - 11 Sep 2018