IMMIGRATION Minister James Brokenshire announced a crackdown yesterday on “rogue employers” who undercut wages and conditions by hiring illegal immigrants — but unions said he was “not serious” about the issue.
He warned that businesses would be hit with...
Tuesday 11th Aug 2015
posted by Will Stone in Britain
by Mark Blacklock
A NATIONAL building firm linked to blacklisting has been fined £200,000 after a worker fell to his death due to poor safety conditions.
Specialist construction company London Fenestration Trades was contracted by notorious blacklister Sir Robert...
Friday 24th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
TRADE unionists demonstrated outside a London court yesterday in protest at a 10-year delay in bringing a company and director to trial over two deaths in an industrial accident.
Jonathon Cloke, 37, fell to his death from the cab of a crane when it overloaded and snapped at a Barratt...
Thursday 28th May 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Black balloons will soar as events mark workers’ deaths in Britain
Tuesday 28th Apr 2015
ON THE last Workers' Memorial Day of the current Parliament, it's worth taking a look at the Con-Dem coalition's record on safety in the workplace.
In any civilised society, everyone who goes to work should expect to come back safe and sound at the end of the working day.
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Monday 29th Dec 2014
posted by Richard Bagley in Britain
Two in five construction sites failing to properly protect workers
Thursday 13th Nov 2014
Saturday 6th Sep 2014
Thursday 7th Aug 2014
Watchdog investigation closes down 13 unsafe building sites, hands 85 enforcement notices and warns 201 others
Thursday 24th Jul 2014
posted by Ryan Fletcher in Britain