by Sarah Glenister
Thursday 8th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Ben Stevenson
MOBILISING working people in unions and workplaces is the next big challenge following Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election as Labour leader, the Morning Star’s Workplace Democracy fringe heard on Tuesday.
The newspaper’s editor...
Thursday 29th Sep 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Sofia Lotto Persio
FOSTER carers are unionising for the first time in the hope that local authorities will recognise their full workers’ rights.
At an oversubscribed meeting organised with the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) on Monday, a group of...
Wednesday 21st Sep 2016
by Our Own Correspondent
COLLECTIVE bargaining is at a “crisis point” in British workplaces with the vast majority of workers at the mercy of employers and the market, a top trade union lawyer has warned.
John Hendy QC, speaking at an Institute...
Tuesday 13th Sep 2016
Activists target retail giant over treatment of staff
Saturday 3rd Sep 2016
CONSTRUCTION workers’ union Ucatt signed up another council yesterday in its campaign to force building contractors to meet minimum standards.
Doncaster Council in South Yorkshire is the latest to sign Ucatt’s charter that’s designed to shut out rogue employers who...
Friday 2nd Sep 2016
A manifesto for real change in the labour market in favour of working people is more than welcome, says DR LYDIA HAYES
Monday 8th Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Restoring the ability for workers to have a voice is a step in the right direction, write KEITH EWING, JOHN HENDY and CAROLYN JONES
Wednesday 3rd Aug 2016
Long-forgotten 19th-century odious work practices are making a comeback through unscrupulous bosses. SOLOMON HUGHES calls for union action
Saturday 23rd Jul 2016
by Keith Ewing, John Hendy and Carolyn Jones
Monday 27th Jun 2016