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5 January 2011
There could be as many as 1.3 million agency workers in Britain supplied by 17,000 agencies in the almost £20 billion a year 'recruitment industry'...
6 October 2010
Unscrupulous bosses at Tyneside Safety Glass (TSG) want to drive down the pay and conditions of the workforce - but the first week of solid strike action shows that TSG workers are determined to fight this...
10 February 2010
After ten weeks of strike action - two days each week - Axiom Rail workers in Stoke have decided to return to work and impose an overtime ban in their fight for a decent pay increase, writes Andy Bentley.
20 October 2009
Editorial Royal Mail bosses have declared war on the postal workers and their union, the CWU ...
22 September 2009
Over 200 drivers were on official strike last week at the Royal Mail's north west regional distribution centre in a dispute over imposed changes to shift patterns, writes Andy Ford, Warrington trades council.
18 February 2009
Workers at BMW's Mini plant at Cowley in Oxford reacted in fury when they were given an hour's notice that they were losing their jobs, writes Alison Hill.
19 November 2008
Super-rich bailed out by public purse while the rest of us are sinking, photo Suz squashdonkey.co.uk
14 September 2006
AGENCY WORKERS in the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS) in Workington, Cumbria have unanimously voted in favour of union recognition, writes Tracy Edwards.
2 June 2005
INDUSTRIAL ACTION by Amicus members at HSBC on 27 May was taken as a result of a pay package which cut bonuses and imposed a below-inflation rise...
21 June 2003
Carers, Friends (including Tony Booth!) and users of Gorse Hall day centre, Stalybridge, demonstrated at the Tameside town hall on 11 June against proposed cuts at their centre, writes Elaine Healey Manchester.
26 July 2002
THE COUNCIL workers' strike on 17 July was an inspiration. It showed the determination to fight low pay by the people who prop up large parts of the public sector, writes Paul Moorhouse, UNISON steward.
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