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15 May 2013
Striking back at greedy bosses: One hundred years ago, mill workers in Yeadon and Guiseley, West Yorkshire, took heroic strike action over pay and working hours, writes Iain Dalton, Yorkshire Socialist Party.
18 January 2012
Lib Dem leader and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has outlined his vision of a 'John Lewis economy' saying that businesses owned by their staff are more dynamic and have higher morale, writes Elaine Brunskill.
27 April 2011
On 27 April 1891, 120 years ago, the great Manningham Mills strike of Bradford textile workers ended after nearly 19 weeks...
4 August 2010
Thousands of garment workers in Bangladesh took to the streets of Dhaka to dismiss the recently announced increase in the minimum wage as completely inadequate...
15 April 2009
Stead McAlpin: THE SIXTY workers in Carlisle sacked by textile and dyeing company Stead McAlpin see the similarities of their situation to that of sacked Visteon workers, writes Elaine Brunskill.
23 July 2008
MORE THAN 250,000 power looms remained closed for four days in Pakistan's third largest city, Faisalabad, the hub of the country's textile industry, writes Khalid Bhatti, Trade Union Rights Campaign of Pakistan (TURCP), Faisalabad.
12 February 2005
JOZEF KRNCAN has been made redundant twice by Austrian based multinational Neusiedler/Mondi...
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