Unite: McAlpine ‘refuses to give evidence’
Thursday 14th Apr 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Eight building firms face workers’ claims for compensation
Monday 4th Apr 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
BLACKLISTED activists fighting for proper compensation for years of unemployment occupied the British headquarters of construction multinational Skanska yesterday, chanting: “Gizza job.”
The Swedish company is a defendant in the ongoing High Court trial of construction...
Tuesday 15th Mar 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
REDCAR and Cleveland Council in Yorkshire dumped trans-national services contractor Carillion yesterday due to its involvement in blacklisting construction workers.
The council will not renew a £5 million highway services contract with blacklist operator Carillion which it has...
Wednesday 9th Mar 2016
Rights central to Corbyn administration, leader tells Hardie fans
Monday 7th Mar 2016
posted by John Haylett in Britain
TORY ministers were shamed yesterday into shelving their plans to make the public pay to scrutinise the government.
The government launched a review of the Freedom of Information Act last July, claiming the current law did not recognise the “need for a ‘safe space’...
Wednesday 2nd Mar 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
CONSTRUCTION workers who believe they may have been blacklisted in the last 50 years are up against the February 28 deadline to join the legal battle for compensation.
Legal action by unions has already won £5.6 million in compensation for victims, but other victims’ cases...
Friday 12th Feb 2016
Snoopers’ charter could lead to digital blacklist, warn law experts
Thursday 11th Feb 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Construction bosses agree £5.6m settlement with 71 victims of the practice
Wednesday 10th Feb 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
HOWARD BECKETT explains how unions can win justice for victims of an illegal plot
Saturday 6th Feb 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features