ASLEF concerned “fake news” might lead to passengers assaulting train drivers

ASLEF concerned “fake news” might lead to passengers assaulting train drivers

Union calls for Southern franchise to be stripped away in wake of firm pending misinformation More »

BREAKING: Coyne sacked by Unite

BREAKING: Coyne sacked by Unite

Former West Midlands Regional Secretary says he will appeal the decision More »

Sign the TSSA petition to save British Transport Police

Sign the TSSA petition to save British Transport Police

Union launches campaign to persuade Scottish government to drop proposals to devolve BTP officers north of the border More »

Scrap the cap! Unions demand end to NHS pay restraint

Scrap the cap! Unions demand end to NHS pay restraint

Organisations representing 1.3m health workers write to May calling her to scrap the cap More »

Thompsons: May is failing to protect human rights abuses at work

Thompsons: May is failing to protect human rights abuses at work

Iain Birrell says only a Labour government could properly recognise the importance of workers having genuine rights More »

 

Tag Archives: FBU

Over to you, Minister – FBU waits on Mourdant to help resolve pensions dispute

The FBU has written to Fire Minister Penny Mordaunt in a renewed attempt to persuade her to open a dialogue to resolve its long-running pensions dispute. In the letter FBU assistant general secretary Andy Dark writes: “FBU negotiators are available to meet any time including

FBU pours cold water on cuts report

Think-tank Reform says Boris Johnson is not making enough cuts to London fire service

Injured firefighters should be entitled to compensation, says FBU

Union says members risk their lives every day, enduring pain, loss of earnings and permanent damage

Government “sneaks out” firefighters’ pension change

FBU has warned that plans to force firefighters in England to pay more for their pensions could backfire, as younger firefighters opt out of the scheme rather than pay increased rates of up to 13.5%

FBU calls on Boris to abandon plans to close stations after dramatic rescue

A woman owes to her life to firefighters from a station earmarked for closure by London's mayor

Firefighters’ flooding funding clamours for firm footing

Incidents of flooding doubled last year, but without any guaranteed money from government

FBU calls on trade unionists to sign anti-privatisation petition

Union asks for support to save our fire and rescue services

Mega-brigade will not save more lives, says FBU

Merging Avon with Devon and Somerset fire and rescue service is a diversion that will not improve the service to the public, the FBU has warned. The union was responding to yesterday’s surprise announcement by the two fire authority chairs

MPs condemn fire service privatisation plans

Parliamentarians say they want a fire service that puts the public first