Published in: openDemocracyUK: Feature‘My world became very small’: People with disabilities on life in lockdown
As the UK reopens, people with disabilities reflect on the difficulties of the past year, from increased health...
Published in: ourEconomy‘They’ve thrown us under the bus’: how hospitality workers are being short-changed
A decision to exclude tips from the UK’s furlough support scheme has exposed exploitative practices and leaves many...
'The worst mistake of my life': how COVID-19 trapped Europe’s asylum seekers in lockdown limbo
On the Greek island of Samos, asylum seekers face desperate conditions – with little hope for the future.
How Britain’s online retailers are profiting from wage theft
Warehouse workers have been described as our 'forgotten key workers'. But many are routinely paid less than they are...
Revealed: How the UK’s agriculture sector relies on modern slavery
The COVID-19 pandemic is the latest in a long line of opportunities for criminals to exploit agricultural workers.
Revealed: How rogue employment agencies are exploiting the COVID crisis
Scams and exploitation from UK employment agencies have increased by two thirds during lockdown, yet the government...