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2 April 2020

Collective action becoming necessary to ensure safety and vital deliveries

The escalating virus crisis has brought CWU members in Royal Mail to the point of no return

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1 April 2020

As coronavirus crisis intensifies, class antagonisms deepen

After the pandemic crisis, things will never be the same again. This will be similar to the situation after the two world wars of the 20th century.

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1 April 2020

Bus drivers halt sackings - now restore our pay

While the government gives reassurances to the public that 'we are all in this together' and they will do 'whatever it takes', bosses are doing whatever it takes to protect their profits, writes a South Coast bus driver.

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1 April 2020

NHS workers speak out: austerity has left us unprepared

"Only in the last couple of weeks things are actually happening"

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1 April 2020

Postal workers walk out over health, safety and junk mail

Postal workers give the public a great service. But in this is a time of national emergency - we should be doing this in as safe environment as possible, writes Gary Clark, CWU Scotland No.2 branch secretary.

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1 April 2020

New laws: Unions must be on guard against attacks on workers' interests

Within a few days, Tory ministers managed to get their coronavirus bill through parliament

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31 March 2020

Coronavirus news in brief

New tests have found that 'high-pressure laminate' (HPL) cladding is almost as deadly as Grenfell's 'aluminium composite material' (ACM) cladding in a fire

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31 March 2020

Fight for safety, staffing and services - Covid chaos for benefits claimants

More than half a million claims to working-age benefits such as Jobseekers' Allowance and Universal Credit have been made in the last two weeks

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31 March 2020

Bosses concede to walkouts in Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland virtually every manufacturer continued to operate as normal following the coronavirus lockdown, which led to rising confusion and then mounting anger

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31 March 2020

Refuse collection workers strike

Bin workers in Medway, Kent, walked out on 30 March over management's failure to follow social distancing directives, to provide adequate PPE and the closure of public toilets

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31 March 2020

Hull construction workers force bosses to shut down site over health and safety fears

The government says "stay at home" yet leaves the bosses to decide whether their profits are more essential, writes Keith Gibson, senior GMB union steward (personal capacity).

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31 March 2020

Leicester: Nylacast worker exposes truth

Key workers continue to put their own health and safety at risk.

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31 March 2020

More than ever, we need accountable union leaders

The PCS union's national elections have been suspended

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30 March 2020

Scandalous conditions in food distribution centre

"Too little, too late" is ringing in many workers' ears. In my workplace, a food distribution centre, it definitely echoes.

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30 March 2020

Schools: union oversight needed to end chaos in provision under coronavirus

Like many other teachers up and down the country, I have been trying to set lessons online for students to continue their education at home

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30 March 2020

Working from home during the pandemic

People's experience of the transition to working fulltime from home varies

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30 March 2020

Essential workers deserve more

Workers are receiving some very contradictory messages about their wage levels and the importance of their jobs

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27 March 2020

The self-employed need 100% of their income, and now!

The government has relented to pressure by bringing in a support scheme for the self-employed

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25 March 2020

Construction site bosses put profits first

Construction bosses have been telling workers to go to work despite the health risks

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