Activists will be branded troublemakers under new laws
Wednesday 9th Sep 2015
posted by Will Stone in Britain
PUBLIC law professor Keith Ewing blasted the Tories yesterday for attempting to “liquidate the power of the public-sector unions” with their proposals in the Trade Union Bill.
“They are doing this through removing financial security, workplace representation and the...
Wednesday 26th Aug 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
KEITH EWING and JOHN HENDY explore how the movement can resist the government’s draconian Trade Union Bill
Wednesday 29th Jul 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
KEITH EWING on why Britain’s lurch to the right must be fought – and not just in court
Saturday 18th Jul 2015
A Socialist and Democratic group of MEPs have agreed to a shabby compromise resolution supporting TTIP, leaving all the most unjust elements of the deal in tact, write KEITH EWING and JOHN HENDY
Friday 5th Jun 2015
REVELATIONS that the state spied aggressively on Fire Brigades Union leader Matt Wrack are a grave reminder of the despicable behaviour we can expect from the Establishment.
Since the Information Commissioner's Office raided the HQ of the shadowy Consulting Association in 2009, it has...
Saturday 16th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR leader expert Keith Ewing warned trade unionists yesterday that they face “the biggest crisis” in a lifetime.
The Campaign for Trade Union Freedom president told Aslef delegates in Southend of the “shocking decline” in collective bargaining with just 20...
Thursday 14th May 2015
Trade unions face a crisis like no other as 5 years of Tory rule beckon. We need a new vision — and we need it now, believes KEITH EWING
Tuesday 12th May 2015
KEITH EWING, JOAN MAHONEY and ANDREW MORETTA probe the Special Branch files which destroyed an innocent man’s livelihood — and ask whether anyone on the left is safe from secretive state-sponsored sabotage
Sunday 12th Apr 2015
The Tory Lobbying Act attempts to stifle left voices in the run-up to the election – but there are loopholes to be exploited, writes KEITH EWING
Friday 10th Apr 2015