A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Working Families Party (WFP) was founded in New York in 1998 and is classified as a minor political party in the United States. There are active chapters in New York, Connecticut, and Oregon, and it is growing, with initiatives in South Carolina, Delaware, and Vermont, and offshoots in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. [1]
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November 2012

June 2011

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Working Families met with Maria Miller, Minister for Disabled People, to discuss Child maintenance. [3]

May 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Working Families met with Edward Davey, Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs, to discuss employment relations, along with 13 others. [2]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Working Families met with David Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, to discuss Childcare seminar, along with 18 others. [3]
  • Working Families met with Maria Miller, Minister for Disabled People, to discuss Childcare seminar, along with 18 others. [3]
  • Working Families met with Iain Duncan Smith, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, to discuss Childcare seminar, along with 18 others. [3]

August 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Working Families met with Edward Davey, Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs, to discuss flexible working. [4]

June 2010

Dept. for Work and Pensions

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