PICKETING City cleaners vowed to go on hunger strike and “fight to the ultimate consequences” yesterday if their calls for a living wage and sackings to stop go unheeded.
Cleaners contracted to work at the building that plays host to financial mammoth JP Morgan’s HQ...
Thursday 9th Jun 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
COURT cleaners demanded justice yesterday as they launched a series of strikes in a campaign to secure a living wage.
Most of London’s court cleaners are paid a mere £6.70 an hour through private contractor Mitie.
Pickets took a stand at Southwark Crown Court, and...
Tuesday 2nd Feb 2016
Firm must pay for travel time between clients
Saturday 9th Jan 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
CLEANING contractor Mitie won GMB Scotland’s Christmas Scrooge prize yesterday after bosses repeatedly refused to pay school janitors a living wage.
The union called on Scottish councils to force Mitie to either pay a living wage of £8.25 an hour or shut the firm out of...
Friday 4th Dec 2015
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Bank holiday chaos looms for air passengers as PM’s pal CEO snubs pay talks for peerage
Saturday 29th Aug 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Here LOUISE TAGGART tells the story of her brother Michael Adamson who was fatally electrocuted after cutting through a wire wrongly labelled ‘not in use’ – and her family’s drawn-out struggle to win justice
Tuesday 28th Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Incoming first minister uses first conference speech as party leader to offer olive branch to Labour
Monday 17th Nov 2014
posted by Malcolm Burns in Britain