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9 November 2016
Low earners have had the "biggest pay rise in 20 years" according to Office for National Statistics figures. At least that's the Financial Times's take on it.
22 June 2016
Short stories on workers' struggles around the world including women health workers protesting in Pakistan, solidarity between Portuguese dockers and Welsh museum strikers and a tuition fees victory in Taiwan.
9 March 2016
Around 75% of the staff in my office are women, something which is reflected throughout the civil service. This is because unions played a critical role in the creation of the public sector as we know it.
24 February 2016
The Tories have admitted they have no evidence to suggest workers from other countries come to Britain to claim benefits.
30 September 2015
On 28 September a protest took place outside the London office of Kaz Minerals plc, demanding action to alleviate the suffering of that company's workers and its victimisation of activists.
2 September 2015
Rail fares have risen three times faster than wages over the last five years. Meanwhile, profiteering rail companies continue to neglect public safety, threatening to axe more essential guards and station staff.
17 January 2003
TONY BLAIR and Gordon Brown have warned the unions that wage increases could wreck the economy
11 October 2002
WHAT DO firefighters, tube workers, council workers, teachers, college lecturers, rail workers and health workers all have in common
9 August 2002
LOCAL GOVERNMENT workers in UNISON, TGWU and GMB trade unions will be bitterly angry that the proposed strike action on 14 August has been called off; especially when they see the facts and figures of the deal, writes Roger Bannister, UNISON National Executive Council (NEC) personal capacity.
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