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22 September 2021
Earlier in the year, members of the Bakers' union (BFAWU) responded to a survey in favour of disaffiliating from the Labour Party
28 July 2021
Over 50 trade unionists from unions such as Unite, RMT, PCS, Usdaw, and NEU, and reps from local trades councils in Southampton, Hull and Liverpool met with the assistance of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) to discuss what 'Freeports' mean for workers and how trade unions should respond.
14 July 2021
While the Tories are rushing to dump all safety measures, employers still have a legal duty to protect workers from harm
23 June 2021
As society slowly emerges from lockdown, Boris Johnson and the Tories are busy preaching that they plan to 'build back better'.
15 April 2021
31 March 2021
The under-25s have accounted for two-thirds of all job losses over the last year.
10 March 2021
Trade unions must organise for strike action:
Staff are outraged. 1%, or an extra £3.50 a week for an experienced nurse, is not just a slap in the face for NHS workers, it's a pay cut compared to the cost of living.
24 February 2021
Trade unions must fight for lives and livelihoods
Johnson's 'cautious' road map to reopen society from lockdown in England - after over 120,000 Covid deaths and a massive hit to incomes - won't lead to the needed restoration and improvement in living standards.
17 February 2021
Workplace safety. Something this government knows little about nor cares about. That's why there have been over 3,500 reported Covid outbreaks in workplaces since the start of the pandemic
6 January 2021
A recent report 'Exposed, Silenced, Attacked', commissioned by Amnesty International, highlights the global failure of governments and employers to protect health and essential workers during the Covid pandemic
6 January 2021
Nottingham's Labour Council faces a decisive choice: whether it defends services, jobs and terms and conditions, or implements major cuts.
16 December 2020
Belatedly, the Welsh government announced the closure of secondary schools in Wales, moving to online teaching one week before the end of term.
18 November 2020
Why I am backing Hugo Pierre for Unison general secretary: "It's bedlam at the care home", said one care worker, my neighbour and Unison member. She went on to say: "They admitted three more patients at the weekend. We have never been so full. Some residents
3 November 2020
Keir Starmer is determined to annihilate the last vestiges of 'Corbynism'- as the Socialist Party warned would be the case
28 October 2020
'Members need a leader who will back them and fight alongside them.'
21 October 2020
As members of the Independent Workers' Union of Great Britain (IWGB), Deliveroo couriers in York are the latest to join the ongoing struggle in the gig economy to be classed as workers and receive workers' benefits, such as holiday pay, sick pay and their rights to a living wage.
14 October 2020
University workers are escalating disputes over unsafe campus reopening plans as cases soar in university cities.
30 September 2020
'We need a call to arms. That's why I call on everyone to write to the press and lobby their MPs. This was the 'clarion call' of TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady
22 July 2020
The Covid capitalist crisis is hitting the working class hard from all sides. We face a tsunami of job cuts and attacks on living standards.
8 July 2020
Thousands of jobs already destroyed. Thousands more announced almost every day. The 'job retention scheme' is turning into a jobs haemorrhage as the government starts to wind it down, with a view to scrapping it in October.
As speaker after speaker at the NSSN conference on 4 July said, trade unions must fight every job cut and every pay cut.
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