TRADE unionists and civil rights campaigners held a series of protests yesterday as MPs debated the oppressive Trade Union Bill in Parliament.
A 22-metre banner reading: “Stop the Anti-Union Bill” was hung opposite the House of Commons in the morning by members of the Right...
Tuesday 15th Sep 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Young workers deserve a better deal from highly profitable high street restaurants, says RONNIE DRAPER
Monday 14th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
BRITAIN’S largest pork processing firm must thrash out a union recognition agreement in the next few weeks, following a ruling from state arbitrators.
The Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union told the Central Arbitration Committee that bosses at meat giant Tulip had been...
Tuesday 18th Aug 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
‘Few union members expected to choose to pay extra on their subscriptions’
Friday 14th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The neoliberal deal is no longer the only one on the table of British politics, writes John Ellison
Saturday 1st Aug 2015
say Corbyn, Burnham, Cooper and Kendall
Wednesday 1st Jul 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
SEVEN hundred bakery workers finished a 48-hour strike over jobs, pay and conditions yesterday with the pledge of further action against Gunstones in Dronfield, South Yorkshire.
Managers at Gunstones, which serves high streets across the region, have culled more than 400 jobs and are...
Wednesday 17th Jun 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Getting the younger generation involved would extend the life of the union and inject some fresh perspective, BFAWU general secretary RONNIE DRAPER tells Lamiat Sabin
Saturday 13th Jun 2015
Union executive calls for more effective workers’ committees
Wednesday 10th Jun 2015
by Will Stone and Lamiat Sabin
BRITISH workers are being punished for the mistakes of greedy investment bankers, unions said yesterday after HSBC announced that 8,000 jobs were for the chop.
The banking giant employs around 48,000 of its 258,000 staff in...