RMT opens new front in the fight against unsafe transport
Wednesday 13th Sep 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Unions call for sprinkler systems in all schools
Tuesday 12th Sep 2017
WORKERS at hundreds of postal depots held rallies in support of strike action yesterday, vowing to fight for the future of Royal Mail.
Post bosses are facing anger from workers over cuts to pensions and benefits. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) says bosses have “broken...
Unions vow to take on Tory misers and win
Monday 11th Sep 2017
STAYING in the European single market could be the best way for Britain to avoid a “kamikaze Brexit,” Frances O’Grady said yesterday.
The TUC general secretary said that “all options” should be “on the table,” but remaining in...
COUNCIL houses must be built at “post-war-period levels” in order to end the desperate shortage and slash high prices, the TUC Congress said yesterday.
A motion passed unanimously at the labour movement’s annual gathering called for an “end to the privatisation...
Core participants have accused Met of stalling faltering probe
Thursday 7th Sep 2017
LABOUR leftwingers have welcomed a boost after the party’s youth section voted to back rule changes boosting democracy.
Young Labour, which is understood to carry a bloc vote of around 80,000 at the party’s conference later this month, will support the so-called McDonnell...
BRITAIN’S postal network could face a shutdown after workers served notice on Royal Mail for a strike ballot yesterday.
Posties’ union CWU said it had been left with no option but to act over the company’s “shattered promises” on pensions, terms and...
Umunna presents evidence of blacklisting at major building site
Wednesday 6th Sep 2017