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1 July 2015
Chancellor Osborne's savage attack on welfare benefits has been accompanied by accusing low-income families of a 'something-for-nothing' culture. But how then does the government explain the 'corporate welfare bill'?
4 June 2014
Seattle is the first major US city to pass a $15 an hour minimum wage. 100,000 workers will be lifted out of poverty, and millions will be inspired all over the country and around the world
23 April 2014
Coffee dregs: Starbucks, notorious in the UK for tax dodging, surprisingly announced it was relocating its European headquarters from the Netherlands to Britain
27 March 2013
Youth Fight for Jobs has launched its new Sick of Your Boss initiative, writes Ian Pattison, Youth Fight for Jobs.
21 March 2013
The Starbucks in London's Regent Street was targeted by protesters today over exploitative working practices that are typical of much of the retail and catering industries
19 March 2013
Activists in the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign will be targeting Starbucks with protests and occupations this Thursday
12 December 2012
What a lovely Christmas present we've had from Starbucks this year! The company has generously volunteered to pay £20 million corporation tax over the next two years...
5 December 2012
Hot air from Starbucks...: The ever-generous Starbucks has agreed to carry out a review of whether it maybe possible, at some point, to pay a little more tax...
14 November 2012
Who wants to be a PCC?: On 15 November around 200 hopefuls will be 'battling' it out to become one of the 41 newly elected police commissioners around the country. So who are the candidates?...
2 November 2006
GLOBAL COFFEE chain Starbucks is the McDonalds of the coffee world with hundreds of shops throughout Britain and the world. Its annual revenue is £3.2 billion.
26 June 2004
THE SOCIALIST Party-initiated Unite campaign and workers at the massive US multi-billion dollar Borders Books company have won a massive victory!...
6 July 2001
WHAT DO these two people have in common? Howard lives in Seattle, USA, and has just bought himself a $200 million stake in the Seattle Supersonics basketball team. Maria lives in the Eastern Highlands...
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