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29 May 2019

Determined nuclear workers' industrial action continues

The confidence and determination of the Mitie workers at Sellafield is rising

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24 May 2019

Save steel jobs: Demand socialist nationalisation

British Steel, the UK's second biggest steel firm, has been taken into compulsory liquidation

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22 May 2019

Home carers victory

The Birmingham home carers' 20-month long dispute has ended in victory

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22 May 2019

Morrisons workers reject pay offer

The 17 May could be an historic moment for Morrisons workers. It is now time for our union Usdaw, the shop workers' union, to dig deep and come out on top.

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22 May 2019

Unite young members' conference

On 18-19 May myself and 60 other delegates made the journey to Eastbourne, for the national young members conference of Unite the Union. This event shone a light on the attitude of many young workers towards capitalism and building fighting trade unions.

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22 May 2019

Workplace news in brief

Short stories of workplace struggles including DWP and blood courier strikes and the NSSN conference.

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22 May 2019

Woolwich ferry workers begin ten days of strike action

Unite the Union members employed by Briggs Marine - which has the contract to run the Woolwich Ferry on behalf of Transport for London (TfL) - have begun ten days of strike action.

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22 May 2019

Fantastic RMT London Underground victory

The RMT transport union has scored a fantastic victory in the fight against cuts on London Underground. Members of the Fleet maintenance branch recorded a marvellous ballot result that easily met the new anti-union thresholds and announced strike action over three days from 17-19 May.

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22 May 2019

Opinion: socialists must link climate struggle to power of organised workers

I attended a meeting organised by the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). It was billed as a debate between them, Friends of the Earth and Extinction Rebellion (XR), writes Wayne Scott, Socialist Party Scotland.

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22 May 2019

British Steel threatened closure

The private steel producer could go under, threatening 5,000 jobs at its Scunthorpe and Teesside plants and a further 20,000 jobs in the supply chain

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15 May 2019

United on need for fightback - now keep pressure on for action

The annual delegate meeting of retail and distribution union Usdaw turned a corner this year

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15 May 2019

Honda bosses confirm closure: Unite must signal it will fight

Car workers in Swindon are reeling from the confirmation that the Honda plant will close

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15 May 2019

PCS union officialdom splits vote, removes Chris Baugh - but is still rejected by members

Socialist Party members in civil service union PCS are disappointed to announce that Chris Baugh did not get re-elected to the position of PCS assistant general secretary

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15 May 2019

Workload-related mistakes by GPs on the rise - health unions need to fight back

After nearly a decade of Tory austerity and attacks on the NHS, it comes as no surprise that a Panorama investigation found that GPs are making mistakes due to workload. A majority of GPs admit seeing considerably more patients in a day than is considered safe.

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15 May 2019

Newham gas workers' strike threat

Newham's Labour council had unilaterally withdrawn call-out payments from gas safety managers. But the east London borough backed down on the eve of strike action.

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15 May 2019

Birmingham home care strikers close to victory!

Just as we go to press, Birmingham Socialist Party members have learnt that the city's home care workers could be on the verge of claiming victory in their 20-month-long dispute against Birmingham Council.

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10 May 2019

Mitie workers striking against poverty pay

Workers employed by Mitie at Sellafield are living in poverty after working all week

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8 May 2019

Hull dinner ladies protest against loss of week's pay

I was told by one dinner lady that they face a week's loss in pay, from a four-day delay due to changes in their payment schedule

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8 May 2019

Newham gas workers to strike

The council's proposed rota could leave up to 42 weeks a year without a manager having gas knowledge to deal with emergencies

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