House of Lords report cites TBIJ investigation that revealed seasonal workers faced abuse, threats of deportation, wage theft and racism
The government has confirmed it will not publish a promised review despite calls from non-profits, academics and its own independent inspector
Inspectors heard hundreds of allegations of threats, wage theft, racism and appalling conditions from seasonal workers at farms across the UK, but nothing was done
Three workers featured in TBIJ investigations gave evidence of their mistreatment to the House of Lords horticultural sector committee
Forced to share beds and live in freezing caravans with leaking ceilings, all while paying more per square foot than for a flat in London – migrant farm workers reveal their shocking, squalid living c...
Farm workers are having hundreds of pounds unlawfully deducted from their payslips, an investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and VICE World News has found.
Migrants on the UK’s rapidly expanding farmworker visa scheme face systematic bullying, abuse and growing debt
Labourers from Nepal say they paid third-party agencies as much as £3,000 to secure six-month job
Many councils have pledged to pay higher rates for home care, but the Bureau has analysed thousands of job adverts and care contracts and found jobs across Britain paid less than the living wage
Caring can be fulfilling work, and it’s an important job, but the stress caught up with me, says Kiri Williams
An analysis of hundreds of riders’ invoices shows many riders’ earnings per session falling short of minimum wage levels
Company policy against zero-hours contracts falls flat with warehouse workers 'treated like disposable labour'