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10 May 2017
The 24-hour strike by RMT members was in response to an incident in which a fare-dodger was violent towards staff. Two who intervened were disciplined while another lost his job
7 December 2016
Workers took 73% less unfair dismissal cases to employment tribunal last year than before the government introduced fees.
9 March 2016
Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Small Heath teachers strike, Pasta Foods victimises reps, Glasgow janitors' dispute.
25 November 2015
Clive Walder, a longstanding Socialist Party member in the Communication Workers' Union, has had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected. This is a message of solidarity to Clive from William.
18 November 2015
As reported in the Socialist last week, Clive Walder, a longstanding Socialist Party member in the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) has had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected. Also John Vasey, a CWU postal rep, has been sacked on what his work colleagues recognise as stitched up charges.
11 November 2015
Clive Walder, a long-standing Socialist Party member in the CWU had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected by British Telecom on 9 November, confirming his sacking after 38 years of service.
13 March 2015
An email trail of memos reveals cold-hearted calculations to force through a cost-cutting project
6 August 2014
Alistair Tice reports on two Doncaster struggles against anti-union firms
25 June 2014
Ritzy Cinema strike: Ritzy Cinema workers in Lambeth from the BECTU union were out on strike for a seventh time last weekend in demand of a living wage from Picturehouse Cinemas
1 July 2013
Strike action by 115 care workers in Rochdale continues. 150 joined a noisy demonstration of support through Rochdale on 29th June
17 October 2012
Fancy a few free shares in the company you work for? Well David Cameron's party for the aspirational privileged announced at its conference this week a policy that apparently could make budding capitalists of us all
19 September 2012
The attack on workers' rights outlined by Lib Dem business secretary Vince Cable is one more confirmation of the government's absolute determination to drag us back to the pre-World War Two years, writes Alex Davidson.
30 November 2011
As almost three million workers prepared to strike against one onslaught on their future, business secretary Vince Cable was announcing another, writes Dave Gorton, Unite LE/372 branch.
2 November 2011
It's not the endless pursuit of profit or the speculation of bankers that has caused economic crisis; it is 'unproductive' and 'underperforming' workers, writes Dave Gorton
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