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27 April 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Wales museum walkout; North Sea oil stoppage; justice for janitors strike; Glasgow GMB action ballot; Southern conductors down tools.

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30 September 2015

Pollution cheat Volkswagen kills thousands for profit

Volkswagen, the world's largest car maker, fraudulently fitted eleven million diesel engines with "defeat devices" to rig pollution tests, writes Richard Worth.

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8 February 2012

Them & Us

Clever clogs: How many of you have had 'the look'? 'The look' from Tories who pity socialists for 'not understanding' how the world 'really' works. A trait no doubt picked up from the Eton-Oxbridge clique

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25 June 2008

Workers' battles win results: Tankers drivers' success upsets bosses

THE OIL tanker drivers' strike has ended. The drivers struck over the failure of multinational giant Shell and the contractors Hoyer, and Suckling Transport to pay them a decent pay rise, after years of attacks...

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18 June 2008

Shell drivers strike

According to press reports, the strike by tanker drivers at multinational giant Shell's depots has concluded with a deal. It was 100% solid at the Shell Haven site in Coryton, Essex. Drivers were angry about their treatment from Shell and the contractor Hoyer. A driver on the picket line, Gary, spoke to The Socialist.

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6 February 2008

Shell output is down, but profits hit new record

OIL GIANT Shell, the world's second biggest quoted oil company, has just recorded the largest annual profits in British corporate history...

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16 June 2005

Capitalism unbound: the oil industry

The oil industry was born out of modern capitalism and its thirst for "black gold"...

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1 May 2004

Shell - Profiting From Misery

BRITISH-BASED multinationals Shell and BP were amongst the many oil companies queuing up to profit out of the death and destruction of last year's war in Iraq...

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