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Kate Hardy

Dr Kate Hardy has been interviewed by various broadcasters about industrial action currently being carried out by railway workers.

Trains at a railway station

Professor Gregor Gall explains the reasons behind the upcoming railway workers' strike, particularly the need for job security and keeping pay for workers in pace with the rise in inflation.

Self Employment

Rachel Lara Cohen, Professor of Sociology at City, University of London, analysed activities performed by self-employed workers.

Jonathan Winterton

Professor Jonathan Winterton speaks about the current railway strikes and the legality of hiring agency staff to provide temporary cover during a strike.

Professor Jane Holgate

Professor Jane Holgate spoke on Times Radio Breakfast about the likelihood of experiencing railway disruptions over the summer, and how a compromise might be met between the government and the unions.