Sign the petition to scrap the public sector pay cap

Sign the petition to scrap the public sector pay cap

Petition started by UNISON's Dave Prentis fast approaches 50,000 signatures More »

TUC evacuated after bomb threat

TUC evacuated after bomb threat

Police ask TUC delegates to leave after staff at nearby Grand Hotel receive anonymous phone call More »

New education union launches today

New education union launches today

ATL and NUT merge to bring together 450,000 teachers More »

BREAKING: CWU affiliates to Momentum

BREAKING: CWU affiliates to Momentum

Dave Ward says he looks forward to joining Momentum in re-asserting trade union values in society More »

NUJ calls for investigation into Islamophobia, racism and hatred in British press

NUJ calls for investigation into Islamophobia, racism and hatred in British press

Union calls out Sun's Trevor Kavanagh over his "Muslim Problem" comments More »

 

Monthly Archives: July 2015

工会反击保守党对工人权利的镇压

保守党于今日宣布一项新的工会草案,这无疑是三十年来对工会最大的一次攻击。此项草案出台后,工会都出来反击,其中一位工会秘书长将这个草案形容成如同纳粹德国的镇压。

The Nazis banned unions – that’s what the Tories are trying to do

Unions fight back after Tory crackdown on workers' rights

Universal credit staff to strike over “oppressive” working conditions

PCS members take action next week in Bolton and Glasgow

UCATT members vote to strike over sign-or-be-sacked contracts

Aspire plans to worsen workers' terms and conditions

Rail unions announce new Tube strike

Talks held at ACAS this morning in bid to avoid fresh industrial action

“F*cking union faggot” – UNISON activist targeted in hate crime

Barnet UNISON branch chair says union will not be silenced

Union delivers Post Office strike threat

Unite members refused £1K pay rise despite company's £100 million profits

Unite community members protest against “criminal” Lambeth housing plan

Cressingham Gardens housing estate to be demolished against residents' wishes

Tube strike on track after two unions reject bosses’ new offer

Tomorrow’s Tube strike is set to go ahead after two rail unions, ASLEF and TSSA, rejected London Underground’s offer with the third, RMT, recommending its executive this morning to do the same. Talks at ACAS yesterday broke down after LUL

NUJ attacks BBC bosses for waving white flag over “shabby” licence fee deal

Union says cave-in will further weaken the BBC’s ability to survive as a public service broadcaster of worldwide repute