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16 October 2019

Minimum wage debate: how can we end the scandal of low pay?

The minimum wage hasn't ended low pay. In-work poverty and the number of working poor has increased.

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16 October 2019

Massive vote for strike action: - "We're out to win!"

There was a deafening roar of approval at a CWU meeting when a 97.1% vote for strike action was announced

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16 October 2019

Uprising in Ecuador forces government climbdown

Twelve days of mass protests have forced the Ecuadorian government to retreat and restore the fuel subsidies it had removed with Decree 883.

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16 October 2019

Hackney SEND transport workers achieve victory

Drivers and passenger assistants employed by Hackney Council in the Special Education Needs Service have won an outstanding victory following strike action in support of a pay claim.

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15 October 2019

Flooring workers strike, Derbyshire

More than 70 production workers at Forbo Flooring UK in Ripley, Derbyshire began a series of 48-hour strikes on Tuesday 15 October

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9 October 2019

Attacks on Caerphilly waste management workers

Unison and GMB trade union banners brightened the rain outside Caerphilly council offices on 3 October. The air rang with chants as waste management workers and their supporters demanded fair play for themselves and five unfairly sacked workmates.

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9 October 2019

Corbyn promises 'power in the hands of workers' - how can Labour do it?

While the government and the employers are busy gloating at the 'record numbers' of workers in employment, the figures hide a harsh reality for millions.

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9 October 2019

Book review: She Said - Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement

On 5 October two years ago, the #MeToo movement exploded - first on social media, then spreading to protests on the streets and in workplaces - becoming a global phenomenon.

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9 October 2019

Trump, impeachment and the need for an independent workers' party

Nancy Pelosi, the Democrat speaker of the House of Representatives, has announced the beginning of an impeachment process against President Trump.

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9 October 2019

Chinese revolution of 1944-49: 'The second greatest event in human history'

On 1 October 1949 the leader of the Stalinist Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Mao Zedong, declared the formation of the People's Republic of China.

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9 October 2019

Birmingham HS2 protest against bosses' attacks on trade union organisation

Unite the Union organised a protest outside the regional headquarters of HS2 in Birmingham on 7 October.

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9 October 2019

Labour and the fight for a shorter working week

Labour conference has resolved the next Labour government should reduce the average full-time working week to four days (32 hours) - without loss of pay - within a decade. This will be welcomed by workers.

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9 October 2019

Asda workers protest callous bosses

Workers organised with the GMB union protested outside more than 75 Asda stores across the UK on Thursday 3 October. Bosses have said they will fire anyone who doesn't sign up to 'Contract 6' by 2 November.

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9 October 2019

Sainsbury's strikers win

Sainsbury's workers who took two 24-hour strikes at Waltham Point distribution centre have forced the bosses to concede on the main issue of the dispute - a massive reduction in sickness pay from 26 weeks to just two

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2 October 2019

Is a workers' Brexit deal possible?

The Leave vote in 2016 was a revolt against the capitalist establishment, a working-class 'cry of rage' against poverty and austerity while the rich get richer.

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2 October 2019

Egypt: Street protests challenge Trump's favourite dictator

Street protests in Cairo and several other Egyptian cities broke out on 20 and 21 September. Although only involving dozens or a few hundred, at first, they grew in numbers and spread to other cities.

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2 October 2019

End low pay - support Salford Royal security workers' action

Outsourced security staff in Salford Royal - an outstanding NHS hospital - have voted for strike action with a 100% turnout and 100% yes vote in a ballot!

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2 October 2019

Hull: Construction workers' walkout forces employer to back down

The unofficial construction workers' dispute involving the building of a wood chip processing plant at Saltend Chemicals Park, in Hull, has been a struggle to prevent the blacklisting of two senior Unite and GMB union stewards - Paul Tattersfield and Keith Gibson.

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2 October 2019

Royal Mail dispute: Workers determined to fight bosses' injustices

A showdown between Royal Mail bosses and 120,000 workers is taking place as jobs and conditions come under attack.

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