TRADE union campaigners shamed a billionaire hotel owner in London yesterday over his exploitation of staff through poverty pay and zero-hours contracts.
Tycoon Gabriel Escarrer is founder of the Melia Hotels International group, which owns three luxury hotels in the capital.
Tuesday 26th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
OIL bosses have failed to learn the lessons of the 1988 Piper Alpha rig disaster, unions said yesterday as offshore workers prepared to fight off a new assault on terms and conditions.
Mega-contractor the Wood Group, which operates platforms in the Shell-owned Brent oil field off the...
Monday 25th Apr 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Cross-Atlantic allies caution US President against deal pressure
Saturday 23rd Apr 2016
80 jobs to be sent to India ‘to take advantage of cheap labour,’ says Unite
Friday 22nd Apr 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
by Peter Hughes
posted by Morning Star in Features
MANAGERS at privatised Royal Mail voted yesterday to strike over job cuts and pay.
Workers have been hit hard since the public service was sold to profiteers by the Con-Dem coalition in 2013.
Postal union Unite said deliveries faced “severe disruption” if strike...
The stage is set today for a huge rally to further unsettle Number 10, in defence of schools, homes, the NHS...
Saturday 16th Apr 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
BP shareholders say NO to boss’s £14 MILLION payout boost as foodbank use hits new high
Friday 15th Apr 2016
Victim mowed down during protest wins compensation
Thursday 14th Apr 2016
Unite: McAlpine ‘refuses to give evidence’