triangleCampaigns

spotOrganisations

spotArguments for socialism

spotPeople

spotInternational

spotEvents

spotAround the UK


All keywords


All Campaigns subcategories:

Anti-capitalism

Anti-fascist

Anti-racism

Anti-war

Asylum

Black and Asian

Children

CNWP

Corporate crime

Disability

Education

Election campaigns

Environment

EU

Finance

Food

Gender Recognition Act

Health and safety

Health and welfare

Housing

Human Rights

LGBT Pride

Local government

Local services

Low pay

Migration

Nationalisation

New workers party

NHS

Pensions

Post Office

Poverty

Privatisation

Public Services

Socialism

Socialist

Sport

Stop the slaughter of Tamils

Students

The state

Transport

TUSC

Welfare rights

Women

* Workplace and TU campaigns

Youth


Workplace and TU campaigns keywords:

35-hour week (19)

AUT (7)

Aer Lingus (6)

Agency workers (49)

Airport (48)

Amicus (53)

Argos (14)

Aslef (83)

BAA (2)

BBC (161)

BMW (26)

BT (48)

Besna (18)

Bin workers (64)

Blacklisting (102)

Bloc (3)

Bosch (2)

British Airways (75)

British Airways (75)

Burslem 12 (9)

Bus workers (73)

CWU (325)

Cadbury (7)

Cadbury-Schweppes (3)

Call Centres (17)

Car workers (41)

Care worker (12)

Care workers (69)

Civil Service (207)

Classroom assistants (8)

Cleaners (122)

Clyde (4)

Coastguards (7)

Compulsory redundancy (9)

Construction (245)

Construction workers (159)

Corus (37)

Council workers (140)

Crossrail (12)

DVLA (15)

DWP (165)

Dockers (23)

Docks (8)

Drivers (197)

EPIU (4)

Electricians (70)

FBU (223)

Firefighters (217)

Ford (98)

Fujitsu (15)

GMB (231)

Gate Gourmet (7)

General Motors (11)

Glaxo Smith Kline (1)

Health and safety (79)

Heinz (6)

Honda (8)

JCB (14)

JIB (7)

JJB Sports (4)

Jaguar (16)

Jane Norman (1)

Jarvis (9)

Jobcentre (49)

Jobs (1391)

Journalists (73)

LOR (15)

Lecturers (92)

Linamar (40)

Lindsey (40)

Lindsey Oil Refinery (27)

Local government (234)

London underground (142)

Lucas Aerospace (3)

Manufacturing (52)

Metro (36)

Metronet (13)

Milford Haven (8)

Miners (168)

NASUWT (49)

NUJ (62)

NUT (355)

Natfhe (10)

Nurses (127)

Oilc (4)

Outsourcing (56)

PCS (865)

POA (86)

People's Charter (1)

Peugeot (8)

Pfizer (8)

Port workers (4)

Postal dispute (27)

Postal workers (139)

Printers (2)

Prison officers (53)

RCN (25)

RMT (707)

Railworkers (10)

Redundancies (119)

Redundancy (34)

Refinery (36)

Remploy (51)

Reps (51)

Rover (31)

Saltend (20)

Seafarers (9)

Shelter (42)

Shipyard (7)

Shop Stewards (234)

Siemens (3)

Single status (30)

Sita (6)

Social workers (16)

Sodexo (7)

Stagecoach (23)

Staythorpe (1)

Steel (89)

Strike (2953)

Sunday trading (1)

Supermarket (32)

TGWU (58)

TSSA (47)

Teachers (466)

Textile (8)

Thomas Cook (3)

Total (16)

Toyota (1)

Trade Union Freedom Bill (4)

Trade union (564)

Trade unions (383)

Train drivers (30)

Tube Lines (5)

Tube workers (48)

Tubelines (3)

Twinings (2)

UCATT (29)

UCU (199)

Unfair dismissal (14)

Unions (924)

Unison (953)

Unison witchhunt (5)

Unite (795)

Usdaw (123)

Vauxhall (48)

Vestas (26)

Visteon (91)

Volkswagen (7)

Waterford Crystal (1)

Wedgwood (1)

Whipps Cross (61)

facility time (9)


Filter by importance | All results


23 May 2018

Solid strike at Tesco Dagenham distribution centre forces pay talks

Heavy security presence and a profusion of steel fencing didn't deter angry, vocal pickets striking for decent pay at Tesco Dagenham distribution centre on 17-18 May.

More ...

2 May 2018

Reject the mega-supermarket merger: nationalise to save jobs

Workers in Sainsbury's and Asda were shocked to hear on Saturday 28 April that their employers were at an advanced level of merger talks, confirmed as a deal agreed on the morning of 30 April.

More ...

14 March 2018

Sainsbury's raise really a cut: fight for 10 with no strings!

Supermarket Sainsbury's announced on 6 March that it will increase the wages of its 130,000 store workers.

More ...

31 January 2018

Supermarket's slash jobs - union fightback needed

Two of so-called 'Big Four' supermarkets - Tesco and Sainsbury's - have announced job losses running into the thousands.

More ...

5 April 2017

What would a socialist food industry look like?

How to feed the world? That is a question that capitalism has never been able to solve, with one-third of the world's total population suffering malnutrition. Even in the economically advanced capitalist countries like Britain growing numbers are reliant on food banks.

More ...

14 December 2016

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors. Scrooge bosses; local lotteries; liberal confusion.

More ...

13 July 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles including a roofing workers' strike in Wigan and supermarkets in crisis.

More ...

4 May 2016

Usdaw conference shifts left and demands "backbone" from the union

Against a backdrop of attacks on supermarket premium payments and retail job losses, the conference of Usdaw, the shop workers' union, took place in Blackpool on 24-27 April.

More ...

20 April 2016

Stop supermarket bosses making us pay for their mistakes

Usdaw conference: On the eve of shop workers' union Usdaw's 2016 conference, Tesco boss Dave Lewis, who received 4.1 million in his first six months, was grilled by Channel 4 News for cutting workers' premiums and attacking pensions.

More ...

Multi-billion pount retailer Tesco, photo Suzanne Beishon

Multi-billion pount retailer Tesco, photo Suzanne Beishon

3 February 2016

Tesco slashes pay for thousands of workers

Thousands of workers at Tesco, the UK's largest private sector employer, could lose hundreds of pounds in pay, writes Scott Jones, Chair, Usdaw east London retail branch (personal capacity).

More ...

9 December 2015

TV review: Tomorrow's Food

Huge potential to change lives, limited by capitalism.

More ...

29 October 2015

Sugar tax debate misses real causes of poor diet

After weeks of criticism, Tory health minister Jeremy Hunt released the report 'Sugar reduction: the evidence for action' on 22 October.

More ...

22 April 2015

Usdaw conference

The past year has been a bruising one for retail and distribution workers. One supermarket company after another has faced a crisis while high street shop closures have failed to significantly slow, writes Stop the supermarket bosses' attacks on workers.

More ...

14 January 2015

Tesco: shop workers need fighting union leadership

Tesco's first trading statement of 2015 brought further profits warnings, news of cuts and further attacks on workers, writes Scott Jones, Candidate for Usdaw executive South Wales and Western division.

More ...

For Real Jobs not Workfare - Youth Fight for Jobs protest outside Tesco, photo Suzanne Beishon

25 June 2014

Supermarket price wars

In March Sainsbury's posted the first drop in like-for-like sales in nine years, the Co-operative group went into meltdown, and Morrisons announced 176 million in pre-tax losses for 2013

More ...

25 June 2014

A day in the life of a supermarket worker

I work for Tesco in a busy city centre shop. Sales figures in my shop are high, but morale is low. Like all retail workers, we are underpaid

More ...

19 February 2014

'Criminal' waste and 'legal' waste

A lot of food is wasted in Britain. At farms, 'wonky' vegetables are rejected; at warehouses huge amounts of packaged foods are discarded because of split packets or minor blemishes

More ...

8 January 2014

Energy Bills: Labour's 'supermarket special offer'

Labour is targeting Kingswood constituency in Bristol for the 2015 general election, using its promise to 'freeze energy bills'

More ...

28 August 2013

Unionise to fight zero-hour contracts!

I started working for the fast food restaurant Kentucky Fried Chicken nine months ago. I had left my job in a supermarket, to find a full-time job

More ...

Tesco drivers strike in Doncaster, 9-10 October 2012, photo Alistair Tice

10 October 2012

Tesco drivers strike in Doncaster against shameful treatment

Tesco drivers in Doncaster have been given three months notice by their new employer ESL, with no promise that they will be re-employed

More ...

1 - 20 of 31 items

1  2  Next >




Search entire database:



Between and
Use format: day/month/year
Date order    Whole phrase only
Importance order (whole phrase only)

Search: All
News and socialist analysis
Reports and campaigns
Election campaigns
Marxism
Reviews and comments
International
Historic events
Pamphlets
Party documents

Join the Socialist Party
Subscribe to Socialist Party publications
Donate to the Socialist Party
Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

LATEST POSTS

CONTACT US

Phone our national office on 020 8988 8777

Email: info@socialistparty.org.uk

Locate your nearest Socialist Party branch Text your name and postcode to 07761 818 206

Regional Socialist Party organisers:

Eastern: 0798 202 1969

East Mids: 0773 797 8057

London: 020 8988 8786

North East: 0784 114 4890

North West 07769 611 320

South East: 020 8988 8777

South West: 07759 796 478

Southern: 07833 681910

Wales: 07935 391 947

West Mids: 02476 555 620

Yorkshire: 0114 264 6551

ABOUT US

ARCHIVE

Alphabetical listing


December 2018

November 2018

October 2018

September 2018

August 2018

July 2018

June 2018

May 2018

April 2018

March 2018

February 2018

January 2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999