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 »

BONG! TUC hits back at Mail’s Big Ben bollocks

BONG! TUC hits back at Mail’s Big Ben bollocks

"Like putting your ear next to a police siren", says health and safety expert More »

Outrage as trade unionist “sacked” from EHRC board

Outrage as trade unionist “sacked” from EHRC board

Sarah Veale says Greening's decision not to reappoint her could be a political move by the Tories to silence working people More »

“We are their teacher, friend and family sometimes” – the teachers supporting refugee children

“We are their teacher, friend and family sometimes” – the teachers supporting refugee children

The NASUWT's Ben Padley visits Bremen with sister union GEW as his union looks to develop a programme to support refugees and asylum seekers in UK schools More »

“I was terrified” – the moment Josh proposed to Scarlett at Tolpuddle

“I was terrified” – the moment Josh proposed to Scarlett at Tolpuddle

Josh pops the question in front of hundreds of festival-goers More »

 

Monthly Archives: October 2016

Meet the man who’s shaping history as the first black vice-president of the STUC

Satnam Ner, Prospect NEC member, in front of a Type 22 Royal Navy frigate being refitted in dry dock at Rosyth

As Black History Month draws to a close, Graham Stewart chats to Prospect rep Satnam Ner

BECTU members walk out on strike at Ritzy and Picturehouse

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Workers in Brixton and Hackney begin 14 hours' strike action over the Living Wage

Union anger as Rudd rejects Orgreave enquiry

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TUC says justice has been delayed, not denied; Unite vows to continue campaign

GMB calls for halt to janitors’ pilot scheme in Glasgow

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Workers told to volunteer for new posts or be redeployed elsewhere

Post Office workers on strike today

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CWU members take action over job losses, vicious pension attacks and the future of the Post Office

GMB launches petition calling on Uber to accept ET ruling

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Trade unionists asked to back union campaign for decent employment rights

TUC research shows 9% increase in night workers

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O'Grady says employers must properly consider and address night working's impact on staff

Unite to set up ‘bogus self-employment’ unit after Uber victory

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Union demands government takes action over gig economy

GMB wins landmark legal case against Uber

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Ruling means Uber drivers are entitled to receive holiday pay, a guaranteed minimum wage and breaks

UNISON urges members to sign petition to protect vulnerable children

Image from 38 Degrees https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/protect-the-rights-of-vulnerable-children-and-care-leavers

Union warns parts of the Children and Social Work Bill are "extremely dangerous" for children