Trade unionists and figures from the labour movement remember the former general secretary of Unison – a staunch defender of the working class
Wednesday 4th Oct 2017
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Unison's Tony Pearson warns job quality will be eroded
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Dennis Skinner and Jeremy Corbyn among labour movement leaders paying tribute to a 'first class trade union leader'
Tuesday 3rd Oct 2017
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SUPPORT staff at Darlington College in England’s northeast are demanding fresh talks with bosses over “unacceptable” cuts which they say will cause redundancies and pay reductions.
Public service union Unison says college management is cutting costs by axing support...
Wednesday 30th Aug 2017
CARE workers in Doncaster are to ballot on strikes to stop bosses imposing new contracts that drive down their pay and conditions.
Care union Unison announced the ballot at private firm Runwood Homes, which runs seven care homes in South Yorkshire, yesterday.
About 250 workers...
Wednesday 16th Aug 2017
Activists must be equipped with the right political arguments. Trade unionists are best placed to provide that, writes JOHN STEVENSON
Tuesday 15th Aug 2017
DAVE PRENTIS hails the tribunal fees ruling as a major victory for the working people of Britain
Saturday 5th Aug 2017
The Supreme Court ruling that employment tribunal fees were unlawful is a historic victory – and now the government has some tough questions to answer, writes RICHARD BURGON
Saturday 29th Jul 2017
Tories to cough up £32m in tribunal fees
Thursday 27th Jul 2017
EVERYONE who works for wages should, after the Supreme Court ruling against fees being levied to access employment tribunals, check in their purse or pocket to see what’s missing.
If you don’t find a trade union card there, something is certainly amiss because, without...
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