Trade unions declare five days of strike action over sudden presence of security firm CIS
Monday 26th Jan 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
SALFORD City Council staff donated 1,100 kilograms of food to help victims of government austerity over Christmas, it was revealed yesterday.
The city in Greater Manchester suffers some of the worst levels of unemployment and deprivation in Britain and, as a...
Thursday 8th Jan 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
RAIL catering workers in Scotland were told they would be made redundant yesterday just days after privateer bosses imposed a price rise to increase profits.
The eight staff are employed by contractor Skytrac and are...
Tuesday 6th Jan 2015
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
HEALTH workers announcing work stoppages in the new year have been left with no choice but to strike.
Years of pay freezes have seen wages in the NHS fall far behind inflation. Chronic understaffing sees nurses forced to work through breaks and...
Saturday 20th Dec 2014
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
GRINCH bosses at posh coatmaker J Barbour and Sons cancelled Christmas yesterday by banning striking workers from the annual company party.
A series of six strikes started yesterday and are set to continue today over cuts to full-time pay and extended shift...
Friday 19th Dec 2014
Landowners receive cash subsidies while charity staff struggle on low wages
Tuesday 4th Nov 2014
posted by Luke James in Britain
Leafield factory workers shut out as ownership row continues
Friday 24th Oct 2014
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Monday 20th Oct 2014
Friday 17th Oct 2014
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
Thursday 16th Oct 2014