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Tyneside Safety Glass workers celebrate pay dispute victory, July 2014, photo Elaine Brunskill

16 July 2014

Tyneside Safety Glass strikers' stunning victory

TSG strikers have won a tremendous victory against tight-fisted bosses who had offered an insulting 0% pay increase

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Tyneside Safety Glass strikers demonstrate their strength, photo Elaine Brunskill

23 June 2014

Safety Glass strikers demonstrate their strength

With a tremendous show of strength 200 Tyneside Safety Glass strikers marched through a Gateshead trading estate

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Tyneside Safety Glass workers strike over pay amd conditions, June 2014

16 June 2014

Safety Glass workers strike for a real pay rise

Workers strike for an above inflation above rise and an agreement on agency workers

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23 April 2014

Workers' Memorial Day: strike for safety

Workers' Memorial Day is on 28 April. In many towns and cities, construction workers and their trade union branches will take a lead in organising activities

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12 February 2014

2004 Morecambe Bay tragedy: Has anything changed?

It is now ten years since the horrific tragedy of the 23 Chinese cockle pickers who drowned in Morecambe Bay

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8 January 2014

Unite all workers to end bosses' race to the bottom

Much of the right-wing media whipped up hostility and alarm in the run up to the 1 January end of restrictions on entry to Britain for people from Romania and Bulgaria

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2 October 2013

Tax dodging corporations profit from casualisation

The Swansea Amazon warehouse location, next to the former Linamar/Visteon/Ford site, is a graphic illustration of how casualised, low-paid work has replaced unionised, skilled manufacturing, writes Ronnie Job.

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20 September 2013

Hovis strike - BFAWU press release

With the second week of strikes at the Hovis bakery in Wigan coming to an end, the company have informed the BFAWU that they have no intention of settling the dispute

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4 September 2013

Them & Us

Falling wages: A new report for the Resolution Foundation has found that a growing number of people getting their first job, and particularly women, quickly get stuck in part-time, low-paying roles

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30 April 2013

Justice for 'the 33' sacked tube workers

After 5 years' work for London Underground, 33 agency workers were sacked in December

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15 January 2013

Agency Action Day: 16th January

On Wednesday 16th January events will take place at call centres around the country to highlight the exploitation of agency workers thanks to a loophole in the law which is costing workers more than 500 a month in lost wages at some sites

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Striking Argos workers, Basildon depot, 19.9.12, photo by Dave Murray

19 September 2012

Workers strike as Argos tightens the screws

Unite members at Argos are striking against the ending of their final salary pension scheme

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1 February 2012

Tough conditions for agency workers

I am 23 and have been unemployed for four months. Prior to this, I was working in an unskilled job as a temporary worker for a higher education institution...

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25 January 2012

Exposed - the dirty world of the construction blacklist

A London Employment Tribunal has found that engineer Dave Smith had been blacklisted by Carillion (JM) Limited and Schal International Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Carillion) because he raised concerns about asbestos on building sites and because of his trade union activities...

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14 December 2011

Tax workers on strike

PCS members working as tax officials at the HMRC joined in a three-hour lunchtime action on 12 December over the introduction of agency workers in contact centres...

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9 November 2011

Israel: General strike over job security

A general strike took place in Israel on Monday 7 November, with workers in the civil service, public transport, universities, airports, sea ports and local authorities among those striking

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5 January 2011

Trade unions must fight for agency workers' rights

There could be as many as 1.3 million agency workers in Britain supplied by 17,000 agencies in the almost 20 billion a year 'recruitment industry'...

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6 October 2010

Support TSG strike

Unscrupulous bosses at Tyneside Safety Glass (TSG) want to drive down the pay and conditions of the workforce - but the first week of solid strike action shows that TSG workers are determined to fight this...

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10 February 2010

Stoke: Axiom workers in overtime ban

After ten weeks of strike action - two days each week - Axiom Rail workers in Stoke have decided to return to work and impose an overtime ban in their fight for a decent pay increase, writes Andy Bentley.

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