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14 October 2015

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us. Tories want us to 'work like Chinese', Royals have flight paths redirected away from their home, yuppie cafe mocks the poor.

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15 April 2015

Standing in line, hoping for work

Hoping to get some work, I recently joined 200 other people queuing before 5.30am at Flower World in Derby

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3 December 2014

Zero-hour contracts: Demeaning rules and poverty pay

A day in the life: I worked at a bar in a major airport. It reminded me of my early school days. Collecting a green pass, the badge of responsibility at work, took about three months

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8 May 2013

Workplace news in brief

Airport strike: Cleaners at Manchester Airport took solid strike action on 3 May against a drastic worsening of their conditions...

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3 May 2013

Airport cleaners strike while construction workers protest

Cleaners at Manchester airport took solid strike action on 3rd May against a drastic worsening of their conditions

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23 May 2012

Workplace news in brief

Dockers strike: Dock workers at Tilbury went on a 48-hour strike on 21 May. This is after a 24-hour strike on 7 May, the first at Tilbury since 1989...

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4 April 2012

Them & Us

Who decides?: The High Pay Centre has answered a question we've been wondering about for a while - who decides to pay chief executives the outrageous amounts they get...

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HS2 - The second high speed line in Britain - government advert

HS2 - The second high speed line in Britain - government advert

1 February 2012

Debate: Should socialists support the HS2 rail line?

Developing efficient public transport: The second high speed line (HS2) in Britain (the first being the channel tunnel link from London to Paris) would initially connect London to Birmingham by 2026 with a journey time of 49 minutes, writes Mark Pickersgill, Stevenage Socialist Party.

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5 April 2011

Heathrow: Why Furious Workers Walked Out

BRITISH AIRWAYS (BA) staff at Heathrow airport walked out in a wildcat action on 18 July to prevent the company imposing an automated time management scheme (ATR)...

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18 August 2010

Airport workers win improved offer from BAA

Proposed strike action by airport workers at BAA has been called off according to Unite the Union. This follows on from what the union called "constructive talks" with BAA at ACAS...

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14 January 2009

Heathrow expansion protest

ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPAIGNERS staged a peaceful protest in Heathrow's Terminal One building on 12 January - part of ongoing opposition to the airport's proposed expansion...

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22 October 2008

Aer Lingus threatens to axe 1,500 posts

AER LINGUS management has announced a vicious cull of quality jobs in Dublin, Cork and Shannon under the guise that they need to cut costs to survive. This is a total scam, writes Clare Daly, Socialist Party councillor, Dublin (CWI, Ireland).

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2 July 2008

Victory for Belfast Airport shop stewards

The four shop stewards who were sacked six years ago from Belfast International airport, after organising a strike for a 50p an hour pay rise, have won their legal battle with their former employer...

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3 June 2008

Heathrow protest: Demonstrating against a third airport runway

Heathrow runway expansion protests, photo Marc Vallée

Heathrow runway expansion protests, photo Marc Vallée


Over 3,000 people marched from Hatton Cross to Sipson to demonstrate their opposition to a third runway at Heathrow airport, writes Neil Cafferky.

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3 June 2008

Belfast Airport workers: The long battle for justice

The Socialist has carried regular articles about the battle being waged by three shop stewards, sacked from their security jobs at Belfast Airport...

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20 May 2008

Belfast airport workers: Union leaders' broken promises

Three sacked Belfast Airport shop stewards, members of Unite (T&G), have resumed their protest to achieve payment of legal costs and hardship money from their union, writes Kevin Parslow.

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19 May 2008

Hunger Strike by Belfast airport workers

is direct responsibility of Unite joint general secretary Tony Woodley.

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16 April 2008

News in brief

Lecturers join 24 April strike; Shelter staff vote to strike again; Belfast Airport workers win concessions

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2 April 2008

Airports: Expanding profits at our expense

TWO HUNDRED flights cancelled in three days, 20,000 bags left behind and a three-hour wait to re-claim baggage on arrival, writes Mark Pickersgill.

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