spotCampaigns

spotOrganisations

spotArguments for socialism

spotPeople

spotInternational

spotEvents

spotAround the UK


All keywords


All Campaigns subcategories:

Anti-capitalism

Anti-fascist

Anti-racism

Anti-war

Asylum

Black and Asian

Children

CNWP

Corporate crime

Disability

Education

Election campaigns

Environment

EU

Finance

Food

Gender Recognition Act

Health and safety

Health and welfare

Housing

Human Rights

LGBT Pride

Local government

Local services

Low pay

Migration

Nationalisation

New workers party

NHS

Pensions

Post Office

Poverty

Privatisation

Public Services

Socialism

Socialist

Sport

Stop the slaughter of Tamils

Students

The state

Transport

TUSC

Welfare rights

Women

* Workplace and TU campaigns

Youth


Workplace and TU campaigns keywords:

35-hour week (22)

AUT (7)

Aer Lingus (6)

Agency workers (51)

Airport (52)

Amicus (53)

Argos (15)

Aslef (84)

BAA (2)

BBC (170)

BMW (26)

BT (50)

Besna (18)

Bin workers (75)

Blacklisting (107)

Bloc (3)

Bosch (2)

British Airways (76)

British Airways (76)

Burslem 12 (9)

Bus workers (77)

CWU (343)

Cadbury (7)

Cadbury-Schweppes (3)

Call Centres (18)

Car workers (42)

Care worker (12)

Care workers (72)

Civil Service (222)

Classroom assistants (8)

Cleaners (128)

Clyde (6)

Coastguards (7)

Compulsory redundancy (9)

Construction (249)

Construction workers (162)

Corus (37)

Council workers (146)

Crossrail (12)

DVLA (15)

DWP (176)

Dockers (23)

Docks (8)

Drivers (206)

EPIU (4)

Electricians (70)

FBU (231)

Firefighters (226)

Ford (105)

Fujitsu (15)

GMB (250)

Gate Gourmet (7)

General Motors (11)

Glaxo Smith Kline (1)

Health and safety (80)

Heinz (6)

Honda (19)

JCB (14)

JIB (7)

JJB Sports (4)

Jaguar (16)

Jane Norman (1)

Jarvis (9)

Jobcentre (50)

Jobs (1432)

Journalists (74)

LOR (15)

Lecturers (94)

Linamar (40)

Lindsey (41)

Lindsey Oil Refinery (30)

Local government (246)

London underground (146)

Lucas Aerospace (5)

Manufacturing (56)

Metro (36)

Metronet (13)

Milford Haven (8)

Miners (173)

NASUWT (53)

NUJ (64)

NUT (358)

Natfhe (10)

Nurses (131)

Oilc (4)

Outsourcing (63)

PCS (924)

POA (87)

People's Charter (1)

Peugeot (8)

Pfizer (8)

Port workers (4)

Postal dispute (27)

Postal workers (145)

Printers (2)

Prison officers (54)

RCN (25)

RMT (741)

Railworkers (10)

Redundancies (119)

Redundancy (34)

Refinery (36)

Remploy (51)

Reps (55)

Rover (31)

Saltend (20)

Seafarers (10)

Shelter (43)

Shipyard (10)

Shop Stewards (244)

Siemens (3)

Single status (30)

Sita (6)

Social workers (16)

Sodexo (9)

Stagecoach (26)

Staythorpe (1)

Steel (92)

Strike (3122)

Sunday trading (1)

Supermarket (36)

TGWU (59)

TSSA (47)

Teachers (479)

Textile (8)

Thomas Cook (5)

Total (16)

Toyota (1)

Trade Union Freedom Bill (4)

Trade union (599)

Trade unions (400)

Train drivers (31)

Tube Lines (5)

Tube workers (49)

Tubelines (3)

Twinings (2)

UCATT (29)

UCU (218)

Unfair dismissal (15)

Unions (959)

Unison (975)

Unison witchhunt (5)

Unite (849)

Usdaw (138)

Vauxhall (48)

Vestas (26)

Visteon (92)

Volkswagen (7)

Waterford Crystal (1)

Wedgwood (1)

Whipps Cross (61)

facility time (9)


Filter by importance | All results


Claps and cheers greet Remploy marchers in Sheffield 20 April 2012, photo Sheffield Socialist Party

23 April 2012

Claps and cheers greet Remploy marchers in Sheffield

On Friday 20 April hundreds of Remploy workers and members of the public gathered in Sheffield to show their opposition to the government's plans to close Remploy factories

More ...

18 April 2012

Disabled people fighting back

The Con-Dem attacks on the welfare state and workers' rights bear down particularly heavily on disabled people, writes Neil Cafferky.

More ...

4 April 2012

Wales: Challenging the establishment parties

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) is standing candidates in Swansea for the 3 May council elections on a platform of opposing all cuts, no matter which party is carrying them through

More ...

28 March 2012

Save the Remploy factories - not for sale or closure at any price

The closure of 54 Remploy factories potentially can affect everyone in the UK. Disability can strike anyone in any socio-economic group, at any time.

More ...

Remploy workers rally against closure threat, photo Chris Moore

22 March 2012

Government accepts bankrolling RBS but not Remploy

There was more clarity last week on the issues that surround the Con-Dems' proposal to end supported employment in Remploy

More ...

Remploy workers rally against closure threat, photo Bob Severn

Remploy workers rally against closure threat, photo Bob Severn

15 March 2012

Resist Cameron's cold cruelty

Unemployment is rising. Benefits are being slashed. Among the latest to face the Con-Dems' axe are 1,700 disabled workers in skilled, productive jobs as 36 Remploy factories face closure.

More ...

8 March 2012

Stop Remploy factory closures!

Swansea Trades Council has pledged support for the ongoing fight to save Remploy factories, following yesterday's announcement by the government of the closure of 36 factories

More ...

1 February 2012

Remploy workers fight privatisation

The first strike in Chesterfield Remploy's 60-year history was rock solid after a 93% vote in favour. Many workers joined the picket line for the one-day strike on 26 January, writes Jon Dale.

More ...

18 January 2012

Remploy workers vote for industrial action

Remploy workers in Chesterfield and Springburn, Glasgow voted to take industrial action over the semi privatising of their factories, writes Les Woodward, National Convenor and Trades Council Coordinator, Remploy Trade Union Consortium.

More ...

14 December 2011

Why I joined the Socialist Party

I first became politically aware in 1968 at the age of 14. I had been injured playing rugby and my father gave me Alexander Cordell's Rape of the Fair Country to read to pass away the time. This injury,...

More ...

Hardest Hit demo, Cardiff, 22.10.11, Cardiff Socialist Party

24 October 2011

Hardest Hit demos - thousands march

'Hardest Hit' marches and rallies took place across the UK on Saturday, against the Welfare Reform Bill which will reduce support for disabled people

More ...

Remploy workers rally against closure threat, photo Bob Severn

Remploy workers rally against closure threat, photo Bob Severn

19 October 2011

Support Remploy workers

On 14 October, over 40 workers from the Remploy factories in Porth, Abertillery and Aberdare attended a public meeting along with 20 supporters to build the campaign to fight the government's closure programme.

More ...

Remploy workers rally against closure threat (Sept 2007), photo Chris Moore

16 September 2011

Remploy workers "will not go gently" - or at all!

Remploy workers won't be bullied by the 'millionaires club' in the government into giving up the fight to save supported employment in the UK, writes Les Woodward

More ...

14 September 2011

Workplace news in brief

Greenwich: As we reported last week, Socialist Party member Onay Kasab (Kaz) has been expelled from Unison for allegedly encouraging Greenwich branch members to leave Unison and join Unite...

More ...

25 May 2011

Atos Origin - profiting from pain

Disabled people are extremely angry with Steve Cram for accepting the post of 'ambassador' for big business privatisers Atos Origin in their capacity as IT partner for the London 2012 Olympics, writes Les Woodward, Remploy Trade Union National Convenor.

More ...

Remploy workers rally against closure threat in 2007, photo Bob Severn

Remploy workers rally against closure threat in 2007, photo Bob Severn

18 February 2011

Support the Remploy workers

Disabled factory workers at Remploy, the government funded manufacturing company, are considering taking strike action to defend their jobs. An edited version of this article appeared in The Socialist newspaper.

More ...

17 June 2009

News in brief

Boot boys: SIX LONDON Met police officers have been suspended from duties over allegations of torturing criminal suspects...

More ...

14 November 2007

Save every Remploy job!

BEFORE THE election that never was, back in September, employment minister Peter Hain backed down on the closure of 43 Remploy factories... By Mariam Kamish

More ...

4 October 2007

Remploy workers win partial victory

Remploy workers won a very important partial victory from the government at Labour Party conference... By Mariam Kamish

More ...

27 September 2007

Union protest at Labour's sterile conference

THE UNITE union lead a demonstration of 2,000 people to lobby the start of the Labour Party conference in Bournemouth, asking for a better deal for workers.... By Bob Severn

More ...

21 - 40 of 43 items

< Back 1  2   3  Next >




Search entire database:



Between and
Use format: day/month/year
Date order    Whole phrase only
Importance order (whole phrase only)

Search: All
News and socialist analysis
Reports and campaigns
Election campaigns
Marxism
Reviews and comments
International
Historic events
Pamphlets
Party documents

Join the Socialist Party
Subscribe to Socialist Party publications
Donate to the Socialist Party
Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

LATEST POSTS

CONTACT US

Phone our national office on 020 8988 8777

Email: info@socialistparty.org.uk

Locate your nearest Socialist Party branch Text your name and postcode to 07761 818 206

Regional Socialist Party organisers:

Eastern: 0798 202 1969

East Mids: 0773 797 8057

London: 020 8988 8786

North East: 0784 114 4890

North West 07954 376 096

South East: 020 8988 8777

South West: 07759 796 478

Southern: 07833 681910

Wales: 07935 391 947

West Mids: 02476 555 620

Yorkshire: 0114 264 6551

ABOUT US

ARCHIVE

Alphabetical listing


November 2019

October 2019

September 2019

August 2019

July 2019

June 2019

May 2019

April 2019

March 2019

February 2019

January 2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999