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4 February 2009

The diary of a striker

Colin Trousdale, an unemployed blacklisted electrician, involved in some of the recent protests, sent us a diary of the last few months:...

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4 February 2009

Striking at Fiddlers Ferry

The 70 construction workers picketing Fiddlers Ferry power station, Widnes, were clear about the reasons for the action, writes Christian Bunke and Andy Ford.

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2 February 2009

Update on the spreading strikes by construction engineers in the refinery and power industry

Report by phone from Alistair Tice (Yorkshire Socialist Party) on the mass picket at the Lindsey total refinery North Lincolnshire. Monday 2 February 2009...

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1 February 2009

What's really behind the Lindsey Oil Refinery strike

By Keith Gibson, Personal Capacity, G.M.B., elected onto unofficial LOR Strike Committee

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23 January 2008

No more stooge union reps!

Construction workers demonstrated at the Whiston hospital site on Merseyside on 11 January against the actions of a company-appointed union 'representative'... By Hugh Caffrey, Manchester

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10 January 2008

Building workers fight for real union representation

Construction workers from across the north-west are demonstrating at Whiston Hospital on 11 January... By Hugh Caffrey, Manchester

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29 November 2007

Construction bosses found guilty

Trainee scaffolder Steven Burke was 17 years old when he died working on unsafe scaffolding at Davyhulme waste-water treatment plant... By Hugh Caffrey, Manchester

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14 November 2007

Anger on the building sites

Ucatt members demonstrate against deaths on building sites

Ucatt members demonstrate against deaths on building sites

CONSTRUCTION WORKERS are facing an increasing number of problems. On the construction sites, anger is reaching levels similar to those before the national strike five years ago.

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1 December 2005

Exploited workers in Middle East fight back

Qatar: MIGRANT WORKERS in the Middle East, including CWI members, are fighting against their slave-like conditions and the non-payment of their salaries...

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25 September 2004

Wembley Workers - A Victory For The Trade Unions

THE 240 construction workers sacked and locked out by their employers, FastTrack-/Hollandia, on the new Wembley stadium site, have won a major victory...

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