EXCLUSIVE: Papers expose Tory attempts to undermine socialist civil servants’ leader
Monday 13th Mar 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
INDUSTRIAL: Deliveroo food couriers staged a mass cycle ride in Leeds on Friday night in protest against the victimisation of seven trade unionists.
More than 100 protesters pedalled a route from Leeds City Square through rush-hour traffic, returning to the square for a rally.
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The gap between men’s and women’s salaries means women have been working for free untill today this year. KATHRYN MACKRIDGE demands equality
Tuesday 7th Mar 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Jake O’Malley
Tuesday 14th Feb 2017
Song of the Stubborn One Thousand: The Watsonville Canning Strike 1985-87 by Peter Shapiro (Haymarket Books, £14.99)
THE 18-MONTH strike at Watsonville canning and freezing plant in California may not be well-known in...
Monday 13th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
JAKE BURNS asks if the left should consider breaking with historical union structures if they inhibit the ability to organise workers in unorganised workplaces
Thursday 9th Feb 2017
Britain desperately needs to reform its labour laws in order to provide true access to justice, writes SARAH GLENISTER
Thursday 26th Jan 2017
As we approach next year’s council elections, we need a real alternative strategy to that of austerity cuts, says TOM MORRISON
Tuesday 17th Jan 2017
WE THE undersigned, are writing this open letter in the spirit of fraternal debate among members of the newly merged Ucatt/Unite construction union.
The upsurge in industrial militancy in the last few years demonstrates that when the official union works alongside rank and file...
Monday 19th Dec 2016
RADIO, TV and print journalists set off in hot pursuit of rail union RMT leader Mick Cash yesterday, claiming to believe that industrial disputes on Southern Rail are politically motivated.
Their “evidence” amounted to comments made by union president Sean Hoyle in...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial