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TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips. photo by Pete Mason

TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips. photo by Pete Mason

22 August 2018

TGIFriday workers at Stratford, London. TGI staff at a number of restaurants have been on strike against cuts in their tips.

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22 August 2018

Union bureaucracies, soviets and workers' power

Non-fiction: Workers control and workers management: 'Workers control and workers management: work in the unions' is the new book from Socialist Party member Ted Mooney.

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22 August 2018

Newcastle fans protest against Mike Ashley

The long campaign to force Mike Ashley out of Newcastle United football club continued on the first day of the season on 11 August.

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22 August 2018

Huge anti-government demos in Romania

A series of mass rallies in Bucharest and in other cities by Romanians - those living in the country and those returning from abroad - have taken place against widespread government corruption.

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22 August 2018

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles including Sheffield Supertram workers win and Woolwich ferry workers strike.

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22 August 2018

MOJ pay offer: robbing Peter to pay Peter

Members of PCS in the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) have just concluded a consultation exercise with regard to a new offer and contract called MEP (modernisation employment programme).

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22 August 2018

Johnson's burqa outburst highlights racist Tory hypocrisy

Corbyn and unions can halt right populism by leading fight: Boris Johnson's attack on Muslim women who wear the burqa - comparing them to "letterboxes" and "bank robbers" - is a sexist, dehumanising comment, with racism at its root.

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22 August 2018

Nationalise rail! Tories out!

Staff and passengers are on same side: Beleaguered commuters learnt on 15 August that they will face yet another increase in rail fares from January.

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22 August 2018

London cleaners' strike: 'Pay us a living wage!'

In early August, cleaners at Kensington and Chelsea council and the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) took three days strike against poverty pay

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20 August 2018

PCS: the real issues at stake

The dispute within the left of Britain's largest civil service union raises key issues for the whole labour movement. Above all, the need for democratic, lay-member control of fighting trade unions.

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14 August 2018

Victory: NHS workers say no to privatisation

Unison members in estates and facilities at Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust were due to strike

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8 August 2018

Break the pay cap - the fight continues!

The union needs a special delegate conference as soon as practically possible

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8 August 2018

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Thatcher's Militant blacklist, capitalism wants slums, World Cup nationalism?

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8 August 2018

Trade unions mobilise against EDL in Worcester

25 or so EDL supporters were outnumbered ten to one by protesters

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8 August 2018

Striking Portuguese dockers show the way forward

National strike against union busting, precarious employment and workplace harassment: Dockers in Portugal took strike action across all ports on 27 July

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8 August 2018

Deadly fires ravage Greece: austerity contributed to high loss of life and property

Regardless of what is proven later, there is an undeniable reality: the deficiencies and cuts suffered by both firefighters and the Forestry Service, both in human resources and in materials

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8 August 2018

London cleaners' coordinated strike

Low-paid cleaners at five different sites in London took coordinated strike action for the London Living Wage and sick pay on 7 August

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8 August 2018

Bournemouth train guards' RMT strike

RMT guards on strike on 31 July in Bournemouth were united in their continuing action against driver-only operated trains

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8 August 2018

Ministry of Justice workers angry at barrage of attacks

Huge anger is being stoked up among staff in the Ministry of Justice after the 'modernising employment proposition' pay offer came as yet another in a long line of slaps to the face

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8 August 2018

Kirklees bin workers' strike forces management back

The deal includes ten more drivers with two new rounds and a further 30 agency staff to cover for leave and sickness. Crucially two of the hardline managers have been removed

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