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24 February 2021

Drivers win case - they are workers

Uber drivers have won their rights case.

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24 February 2021

Where's the road map to jobs and wages Boris?


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.

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24 February 2021

London bus dispute against low pay, pay cuts and longer hours

Socialist Party members supported bus drivers' picket lines across London on 22 February. The drivers are fighting back against low pay, pay cuts, and longer hours being imposed by their employer

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24 February 2021

HMRC: Divisive pay deal leads to expulsions

PCS members in the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are voting on a pay deal. The deal is for a 13% pay increase over three years, but if agreed would put all staff onto a new contract

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24 February 2021

GMB members continue fight against 'fire and rehire' in British Gas

British Gas workers were back out on strike from 19 February after their strike was suspended over the previous weekend for talks.

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24 February 2021

How militant trade unionism defeated the 1971 Industrial Relations Act

Not since the 'Great Unrest' of 1911-14 and the period of strikes following World War One had there been anything like it.

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24 February 2021

Liverpool Unite branch supports 'no cuts' budget strategy

On Friday 19 February, the branch meeting of Liverpool Unite union voted to refuse to endorse any of Labour's prospective Liverpool mayoral candidates

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24 February 2021

"I'm here to fight for the future education of children in Hackney"

Teaching assistants (TAs) in Hackney, east London took strike action against redundancies on 10-12 February

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24 February 2021

Garment workers and Covid: Dying for less than minimum wage

Garment workers have among the highest rate of coronavirus deaths for working women in the UK, the Office for National Statistics has revealed

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24 February 2021

Hinkley Point electricians fight 'deskilling'

Rank-and-file construction electricians have launched a struggle against what they see as 'multi-skilling' by bosses at the massive Hinkley Point site in Somerset to build a nuclear power station, estimated to cost 22.5 billion.

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24 February 2021

Usdaw elections - right makes gains but Broad Left builds

Usdaw held elections for union President and Executive Council with results being announced on Monday 15th February

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17 February 2021

Online workers' rally: Taking fight to the bosses

The National Shop Stewards Network held its 5th meeting during the pandemic

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17 February 2021

Covid workplace safety

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

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17 February 2021

Conference - Sunday 28 February

- discussing how a movement can be built to transform education and students' lives.

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17 February 2021

Derby Toyota plant Covid crisis

Derby Socialist Party has compiled a report on the situation at the Toyota Car Plant in Burnaston, near Derby which employs around 2,500 staff.

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17 February 2021

Strike back for free education

This year, students have been shafted. We've been used as scapegoats by the government, treated as the personal piggy banks of the higher education sector, and many of us have been completely isolated

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17 February 2021

Cumbria mine: How can we fight for jobs and stop climate change?

The government and the Labour-led Cumbria County Council have finally had to take notice of the obvious contradiction between talking warm words about fighting climate change and opening a new coal mine.

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17 February 2021

Hackney teaching assistants strike against cruel and unnecessary job cuts

Teaching assistants organised by general union Unite took to the streets on 10-12 February to picket against unnecessary forced redundancies.

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17 February 2021

Manchester Go North West bus drivers in all-out strike over fire and rehire dispute

Bus drivers employed by Go North West in Manchester will begin an all-out continuous strike from 28 February. The company is trying to fire and rehire its workers on vastly inferior contracts.

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