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30 November 2016

Them & Us: Autumn Statement special!

Hammond's first Autumn Statement in numbers. It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.

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23 November 2016

Lessons of the 'N30' 2011 pension strike

The fifth anniversary of the public sector pension strike allows an opportunity to reflect on the most significant and defining trade union struggle of the recent period.

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16 November 2016

Deliveroo couriers get organised

The Independent Workers of Great Britain (IWGB) union has launched a recruitment drive among Deliveroo couriers as part of its campaign to secure real employment rights for the food delivery drivers.

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2 November 2016

Fight for decent jobs for all

Those working in the 'gig economy' will be over the moon at the recent legal victory of Uber drivers.

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24 August 2016

Pay still below pre-crisis levels

There has been a lost decade for wage growth. Figures released by the Office for National Statistics show the income of working households is down 400 a year on pre-2008 levels.

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29 June 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Lecturers, train workers and cleaners on strike.

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11 May 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Lecturers and Topshop cleaners plan strikes over pay.

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20 April 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Tube stoppage, CCTV workers' strike victory, Welsh museum walkouts.

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16 March 2016

Living wage lie: end low pay with 10 an hour now!

A feature on low pay featuring articles by a Tesco worker, a public sector trade unionist and the experiences of a zero-hour contract worker

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11 November 2015

What we saw

Victoria Coren Mitchell calls for a "proper revolution" and Jeremy Corbyn backs Arsenal FC workers' living wage campaign.

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29 October 2015

Kill the Bill!

The TUC lobby of Parliament on 2 November needs to mark a major change in the fight against the Tory anti-trade union bill.

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9 September 2015

Tories allow bosses to keep exploiting workers at below the minimum wage

The Tories have announced new measures to supposedly combat companies paying below the new 7.20 minimum wage. But in reality the measures are paltry.

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5 August 2015

Bath: behind the elegant walls

The city of Bath, a popular tourist attraction, returned a big Tory majority at the general election. But behind the elegant surface of Bath's Georgian walls is a workforce that is ready to be politicised.

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8 July 2015

Stop hammering low-paid - 10 an hour now!

"David Cameron claims that he wants a high wage, low tax economy. If that's the case, he has a funny way of showing it," writes bakers' union BFAWU president Ian Hodson.

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1 July 2015

Osborne's budget cuts will devastate low-income households

The Tory chancellor's budget of 12 billion extra welfare spending cuts will have a terrible impact on low-income households.

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28 May 2014

Them & Us

Out of sight: Earlier this year the charity Oxfam reported that a mere five billionaire families owned as much wealth as 20% of the population in Britain

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BFAWU members taking part in the TUC Manchester NHS demo in September 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

12 February 2014

Fast food workers: Hungry for decent pay and conditions

A new campaign aims to win rights for fast food workers

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13 November 2013

Young workers say: Zero hours no way!

"Zero-hours no way, decent jobs and decent pay", was the slogan shouted outside the bosses' CBI headquarters in London on 5 November, writes Claire Laker-Mansfield.

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30 October 2013

Labour blocks living wage

Councillor Kevin Bennett proposed that the Living Wage be paid as a minimum to the council workforce

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20 February 2013

Getting organised can change things for low-paid workers

After months of illegal shift patterns and being expected to work without breaks under a bullying management at my workplace (as previously reported in the Socialist), things are looking up, writes Hannah Parker.

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