Blacklisted workers granted ‘core participant’ status at Pitchford inquiry into undercovers
Wednesday 7th Oct 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
by Dave Smith
Wednesday 16th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Matt Wrack
Long-awaited Pitchford inquiry won’t include police spies’ collusion with big business, warn workers
Wednesday 29th Jul 2015
A NEWLY elected shop steward was sacked yesterday, immediately after asking for contractor electricians to be directly employed.
Construction activists have called a demonstration for Monday morning.
The man had only been working on the building site in Canary Wharf, east...
Saturday 25th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
UNION rights took centre stage at Glastonbury yesterday as trade unionists warned of the uphill battle faced against a draconian government “worse than Thatcher.”
As revellers eked out what little energy they had left for partying on the last day of the festival before...
Monday 29th Jun 2015
posted by Will Stone in Britain
LABOUR MSP Neil Findlay has demanded an independent inquiry in Scotland into the blacklisting of union activists.
He called on the Scottish government on Wednesday to launch its own inquiry into the scandal, which wrecked thousands of lives.
More than 500 Scottish workers were...
Friday 5th Jun 2015
ANTI-BLACKLISTING campaigners called yesterday for a leading role in a public inquiry into covert police involvement in the targeting of trade union and political activists.
The inquiry by Lord Justice Pitchford was ordered by Home Secretary Teresa May after a police whistleblower...
Wednesday 27th May 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain