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22 January 2020

Building Tamil Solidarity with youth and the unions

Tamil Solidarity AGM: It is evident that young people have begun playing leading roles in the campaign

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22 January 2020

Belfast Hovis workers' all-out strike

Hovis workers in the BFAWU and Unite trade unions have voted for an all-out strike in Belfast, Northern Ireland for better pay

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22 January 2020

Renewing the left in PCS

Broad Left Network is not just an electoral organisation; its goal will be to raise the confidence and consciousness of our union's reps, for a real member-led union

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22 January 2020

France striker speaks: real, deep anger needs union strategy

For the moment, the strike relies on the workers' determination - we need to discuss demands to generalise the strike, and a political alternative

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22 January 2020

Eyewitness report: workers' struggle in France on the boil

After more than 45 days of strikes and 62 weeks of 'gilets jaunes' protests, French workers' appetite for struggle endures

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15 January 2020

Reverse Unison's undemocratic nomination of Blairite Starmer

There is widespread outrage in the union following the endorsement of Starmer

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15 January 2020

No free ride for the airline bosses - nationalise Flybe now!

Airline Flybe - which provides domestic flights in the UK - is in trouble.

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15 January 2020

Westex Carpet strike reaches two month mark

Members of Unite the Union at the Westex Carpets factory in Cleckheaton, west Yorkshire, are about to reach the two month mark in their ongoing dispute over pay.

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15 January 2020

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.

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15 January 2020

Low Pay, Long Hours. Bosses rip us off. Organise the fightback now!

Boris Johnson has announced the minimum wage is going up. It's not by nearly enough. And at the same time, the Tories let bosses get away with paying hundreds of thousands of workers below the legal minimum!

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15 January 2020

Hackney school bus workers win pay increase following strikes

A long-running dispute between Hackney council and school bus staff has been brought to an end after workers secured increased pay and a commitment to make agency roles permanent

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15 January 2020

Northern Ireland: Thousands of nurses continue to strike for better pay

Thousands of nurses and healthcare workers in Northern Ireland have been taking part in industrial action since November over pay parity and staffing

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15 January 2020

London bus drivers ballot to strike

Exhausted bus drivers in London are planning to strike, demanding that Transport for London (TfL) take action "to tackle chronic levels of fatigue being experienced by bus drivers."

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15 January 2020

PCS: Time to rebuild the left

A meeting called in the name of the PCS Broad Left Network takes place in Manchester on 18 January. The main business will be to agree a programme and candidates to contest the 2020 elections in the PCS

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8 January 2020

Build union resistance to Tory attacks

Almost the first act of Boris Johnson's new government was to use the Queen's Speech to prepare new anti-trade union legislation. So much for Boris trying to portray himself as pro-worker. This will be a government of and for the rich, against the working class.

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8 January 2020

West Midlands RMT guards jobs saved

RMT transport union members at West Midlands Trains have scored a victory over bosses in a dispute over scrapping guards on trains.

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8 January 2020

What next after the general election, for PCS and the left

Preparing the PCS civil servants' union to withstand the attacks of the new Tory government is urgent. Equally important is the role our union can play in ensuring the whole trade union movement responds to the coming attacks.

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8 January 2020

Defend the right to strike

The Queen's Speech announced the new Tory government's intention to add yet more anti-union laws to Britain's statute books.

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8 January 2020

International wave of revolt continues

As we go to press, a general strike is set to rock India on 8 January

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