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What’s the big deal about subcos?

What’s the big deal about subcos?

Tim Lezard looks at what unions in the South West are doing to fight the privatisation of NHS jobs More »

HOPE not Hate researcher infiltrates US alt-right – last chance to help fund his film

HOPE not Hate researcher infiltrates US alt-right – last chance to help fund his film

Patrik Hermansson's astonishing undercover footage is a story that deserves to be told More »

Refugees, Trump and Twitter – Harry Leslie Smith in his own words

Refugees, Trump and Twitter – Harry Leslie Smith in his own words

Tim Lezard talks to the nonagenarian publishing sensation about his hopes for the future More »

UCU strike vote represents another defeat for the Tories’ anti-union laws

UCU strike vote represents another defeat for the Tories’ anti-union laws

UCU member Gregor Gall looks at the challenges facing the union's members in the wake of such a positive ballot result More »

 

Monthly Archives: February 2017

WIN! Sacked ‘fried egg’ porter reinstated

Sodexo left with egg on its face after GMB solidarity saves Aldren Tomlinson's job

Derby TAs announce five more days’ strike action

UNISON members to take action as talks with council break down

Gatwick workers begin strike ballot over 5p pay rise

Unite members have three times rejected pay offers from managers

Union campaign saves Bridgend Post Office

CWU members join with the public to keep post office in the high street

RMT members vote for new Tube strike

Fleet maintenance workers unhappy at a series of broken agreements by managers

Atomic strikers head to Whitehall

Unite members continue pensions action while Prospect members accept new offer

Strike looms at BMW as pensions talks continue

Unite sets out opposition to defined benefit pension scheme closure plans

Gareth Snell talks of UNISON role in Stoke by election

Labour's candidate says his trade union experience has set him in good stead

“Plaster over a gaping wound” – POA responds to “divisive” pay rise

The POA has described as “plaster over a gaping wound” plans to give a pay rise to prison officers. The government announced thousands of prison officers in jails in London and South East England would receive rise of up to

Avon fire chiefs axe 50 firefighters

Authority accused of prioritising a balanced budget over public safety