FBU offers £1k reward for iPod stolen from daughter of late firefighter

FBU offers £1k reward for iPod stolen from daughter of late firefighter

Device belonging to Abi Bannon was taken from family car in Southampton More »

“His wife was pregnant while he lived with me” – spycop victim demands the truth

“His wife was pregnant while he lived with me” – spycop victim demands the truth

Andrea wants to ensure no other woman will suffer as she did at the hands of the undercover police More »

EXCLUSIVE: I fell in love with a spycop

EXCLUSIVE: I fell in love with a spycop

Trade union activist Andrea opens her heart after a decade of silence More »

Two seconds to make a life-affecting decision – why Southern Rail drivers are on strike

Two seconds to make a life-affecting decision – why Southern Rail drivers are on strike

ASLEF general secretary Mick Whelan explains passenger safety is behind his union's walk-outs More »

BA cabin crew strike takes off

BA cabin crew strike takes off

Union members begin 48-hour walkout at Heathrow More »

 

Tag Archives: win

UCATT wins four-and-a-half-year battle for justice for 200 members

Union secures protective award after workers were sacked without notice

Construction workers collect £1,000s after ET win

Workers formerly employed by Antrim based construction company Mivan (No 1) Limited have won a payout following a successful employment tribunal hearing.

UNISON wins unfair dismissal case after privatised workers told to move from London to Brighton

Union warns employers to think twice before outsourcing and relocating staff

Prospect members £8k better off after union wins equal pay case

Claim settled out of court after pay audit shows gender pay gap unlikely to close due to public sector pay freeze

UCATT wins £2,500 for sacked workers

Union pursues employer through courts after failure to consult over redundancies

Unions celebrate as university rejects privatisation plan

UCU and UNISON say decision is massive victory for staff, students and the community

Unions win four-year legal battle after boss breaks pay deal

Court of Appeal rules in favour of unions after London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority reneges on pay deal

Unions welcome London Met international student U-turn

Home Office ends revocation of visa licences

Unite community campaign makes a splash

Council agrees to women-only swimming sessions after union wades into deep end

Five down, fifteen to go . . . another trust quits NHS pay cartel

Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust is the latest to leave the cartel