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12 July 2017
Who controls the Labour Party remains unresolved. The pro-capitalist right wing uses the structures established under years of Blairism to preserve its position while plotting its next move
28 June 2017
The general election result has not only confounded the Tories and the Blairites but also many trade union leaders
21 June 2017
Trade unions must lead fightback: 1% of the population owns 14% of the UK's wealth
27 July 2016
Trade union fightback needed: The report into Sports Direct's working practices by a House of Commons select committee shows the much acclaimed protection of workers' employment rights by the EU is worthless without the traditional workers' organisations - the trade unions - being strong enough to enforce legislation.
4 May 2016
For the first time the Socialist Party took part in the annual conference of the Society of Radiographers. In 2014 radiographers took industrial action over pay for the first time since 1982 with the brilliant slogan "no raise means no rays"!
25 April 2016
Removing the attack on check-off is welcome but the unions' campaign needs to be stepped up, argues John McInally
8 October 2014
Vice president of the PCS, John McInally, speaks about the 13-15 October strikes
17 September 2014
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) met on 7-10 September off the back of the longest continuous decline in working class living standards in 100 years, writes Neil Cafferky.
23 April 2014
Organising militant workers: Thirty years ago a national conference took place in Sheffield organised by the Broad Left Organising Committee (Bloc)
26 March 2014
20. The savage attacks required to achieve this will provoke mass opposition from the working class. However, the failure of the trade union leaders to lead the struggle against austerity can mean that
19 February 2014
The Transparency of Lobbying, Third Party Funding and Trade Union Administration Bill (Lobbying Bill) will become law shortly
23 October 2013
The PCS civil service trade union, a key supporter of Youth Fight for Jobs, has come under severe criticism on Twitter for not organising its members to refuse to implement the government's attacks
14 January 2013
An examination of their role in a number of key industrial battles in the past number of years shows how flawed is their method, both in winning support for their point of view but also the lack of understanding in the relationship between ad hoc unofficial union organisations from below...
18 April 2012
To win change in society workers need audacity, determination and organisation. A London bus worker writes that often you need to start by transforming your own union branch...
7 March 2012
In January Labour leader Ed Miliband announced that a Labour government could not guarantee to reverse any cuts and would maintain the public sector pay freeze
8 February 2012
In 1997 Alan Greenspan stated before the US Senate committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, that one of the contributing factors for the US 'double digit' growth during the early 1990s was 'worker insecurity', writes Mike Aistrop, North West.
29 June 2011
Monday 18 July, 6pm, Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Sq, W1T 6AQ. Called by the NSSN and London RMT, FBU, PCS and CWU. A marker has been put down by the strikes on 30 June - this is just the beginning! TUC must organise 24-hour public sector strike
24 March 2011
If the whole of the trade union movement, from top to bottom, was to launch a serious struggle against the cuts it would be impossible for the government to implement its programme...
24 September 2010
Thatcher made another major error in the poll tax movement: she confused the hesitant attitude of the leadership of the workers' movement for the attitude of the working class as a whole...
6 May 2009
The 23 January started like any other day for me, I arrived at work at 6am. I work as a bus driver and I am a Unite shop steward. An argument started between a senior inspector and a fellow driver. As...
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