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23 August 2017
Hull's first 'collective youth festival' was primarily aimed at developing the next generation of trade unionists to continue the fight against the bosses
9 August 2017
Join the Young Socialists!: Unemployment and underemployment in Hull, particularly for young people, is unacceptably high
24 May 2017
They'd been queueing at the gates from 4pm, two hours early. They just kept coming. Wave after wave
17 May 2017
Theatre review: Ocho: Ocho tells the story of eight men from Hull who went to fight in the Spanish Civil War. Jane Thornton is a Bafta-winning playwright who has worked with local historians and relatives of the eight men to weave together this fascinating tale, not only of the men but of the wives they left behind.
26 February 2016
Hull Labour has just agreed measures to remove Unite and GMB convenor facility time
11 November 2015
Trade unionists representing the Hull council workforce tried to move a resolution condemning Labour councillors halving our facility time. The officers of the Labour Party branch ruled the resolution out of order, despite the fact that North Hull branch had discussed and passed the same resolution a week earlier!
29 October 2015
Hull City Council, run by Labour, is pre-empting the Tories' trade union bill by issuing a redundancy notice known as a '188 notice' which threatens the council's five full time union convenors.
21 October 2015
Hull council, run by Labour, is pre-empting the Tories' trade union bill. It is issuing redundancy notices to all five full-time council union organisers.
24 June 2015
The emergence of a new younger generation of activists is a shot in the arm to older workers who are perhaps feeling a little down after the Tory election victory.
18 March 2015
Assem Allam, multi-millionaire owner of Hull City AFC, has issued eviction notices to community sporting organisations which use City's facilities, writes Eric Kelly and Phil Culshaw.
25 February 2015
Review: Turning the Tide: Turning the Tide by local historian Rupert Creed is a true story, detailing the 1968 tragedy that saw the loss of 58 Hull trawlermen's lives
3 December 2014
Provocative staff survey clearly designed to help slash workers' terms and conditions
28 February 2014
It was no surprise to campaigners and trade unionists in Hull that the Labour council has agreed cuts of £48 million to services over the next two years with a loss of up to 500 jobs
27 November 2013
The threat of industrial action by Hull council unions has forced a climb-down by the authority in its attempts to impose huge cuts in terms and conditions
27 November 2013
Russ Bowering has won a victory against victimisation by Hull waste disposal contractor FCC
9 October 2013
More than 30 socialists of all ages met in Hull recently to hear Tony Mulhearn link the struggle of Liverpool City Council in the 1980s to the emerging battle to defend jobs and services in Hull today
25 September 2013
It has been a week of twists and turns in the battle to defend terms and conditions for Hull council workers, writes Mick Whale.
18 September 2013
Hull city council workers have rejected the worsening of terms and conditions
19 July 2013
An emergency Local Government committee of Hull council Unison branch voted unanimously to recommend to members the rejection of management's cuts
7 March 2013
Three Hull councillors remain defiant against Labour budget: Three Hull councillors, Gary Wareing, Dean Kirk and Gill Kennett, broke the Labour whip and voted against council budget cuts on Thursday 28 February, writes Phil Culshaw, Hull Unison steward (personal capacity).
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