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5 February 2014

Sochi winter Olympics - -breaking all records!

When the International Olympic Committee awarded the 2014 winter Olympics to the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi, eyebrows were raised at the cost of $12 billion

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lobbying parliament

21 November 2013

Anti-blacklisting campaign will not go away

Comedian Mark Thomas joined blacklisting protesters outside the Merrion centre in Leeds on Wednesday 20 November

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Blacklist Support Group demo, new hospital, Alder Hay, photo Harry Smith

11 November 2013

Blacklist Support Group demonstrates

Activists protested outside Alder Hey hospital construction project against blacklisting

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15 October 2013

Blacklisting victory - now build union strength

It was a full house in the Bread and Roses pub for a noisy celebration by construction workers

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10 October 2013

Blacklisting firms pledge compensation

The biggest blacklisting firms have today announced the proposal for an industry funded compensation scheme

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2 October 2013

Qatar: End this modern-day slave labour

Fifa, the world football authority, has expressed concerns about players enduring temperatures of 50C in the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar, but already the extreme heat and appalling 'slave labour' working conditions have killed many migrant workers building the country's stadiums and infrastru, writes Dave Carr.

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3 September 2013

Blacklist beaten - Frank Morris reinstated on Crossrail

Blacklisted Unite shop steward Frank Morris is returning to work on the Crossrail project. This is a massive victory, not just for Unite but the whole of the trade union movement

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Cullum McAlpine of McAlpine Ltd giving evidence to a Commons Select Committee investigating the illegal activity of blacklisting, photo by BBC Panorama still

Cullum McAlpine of McAlpine Ltd giving evidence to a Commons Select Committee investigating the illegal activity of blacklisting, photo by BBC Panorama still

12 June 2013

Panorama: Blacklist Britain

TV review: "Unfortunately there are people in this life who do cause trouble. I can't say whether people on that list caused genuine trouble but certainly I know some of them would have.", writes Neil Cafferky.

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22 May 2013

Anti-blacklisting campaigner run over

George Tapp, who has stood as a TUSC candidate in council elections in Salford, has been hospitalised after being hit by a car while taking part in a protest against blacklisting

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16 May 2013

Blacklisting protester badly injured by hit-and-run driver

George Tapp, 64, a retired electrician and Unite activist who lives in Salford, was seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver yesterday outside the offices of construction firm BAM in Manchester...

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7 May 2013

North-West construction trade unionists organise

About 40 trade unionists in the construction industry came to a north-west 'rank and file' meeting in Warrington

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3 May 2013

Airport cleaners strike while construction workers protest

Cleaners at Manchester airport took solid strike action on 3rd May against a drastic worsening of their conditions

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1 May 2013

Saying no to blacklisting in Southampton

Unite activists from the Southampton area came together on 25 April to join the growing voice of workers across the country speaking out against the illegal practices of employers blacklisting union activists from employment...

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27 March 2013

What does the budget really mean for the housing crisis?

The government's claim to be tackling the housing crisis dominated budget headlines, but it quickly became clear that its policies give a hand-out to its millionaire friends

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13 March 2013

Dundee demo against construction industry blacklisting

150 construction workers, their families and supporters took part in an anti-blacklisting demonstration in Dundee on 9 March

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27 February 2013

Workplace news in brief

PCS ballot: Members of the civil service union PCS are being encouraged to ensure a big 'yes' vote for action by asking them to bring their ballot paper to work on 27 February, some are exchanging them for badges saying "I've voted 'yes'"...

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Protesting at Capenhurst, 20.2.13, photo Ray McHale

20 February 2013

Construction workers demand adherence to national agreements

Over 100 construction workers from across Cheshire and Merseyside protested at the Capenhurst site today

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 Manchester central library construction site, protest against blacklisting, Feb 2012 , photo Hugh Caffrey

Manchester central library construction site, protest against blacklisting, Feb 2012 , photo Hugh Caffrey

13 February 2013

Smash the blacklist - not the unions!

The recent scandal around blacklisting in the construction industry once again highlights the ruthless steps employers are willing to take in order to undermine hard-won terms and conditions at work and attack union organisation.

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13 February 2013

Workplace In Brief

Hospital workers fighting massive pay cuts have forced Mid Yorks hospital Trust to extend the deadline for agreeing to new contracts by three weeks so that negotiations can proceed

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