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23 February 2022
Three months on from exhausting all appeals, Socialist Party member Max McGee is preparing to take Tesco to an employment tribunal over his trade union victimisation and sacking
18 December 2021
Max McGee, a Socialist Party member and Usdaw branch secretary at one of the Tesco depots that has recently forced - through strike action - an improved offer of a combined 6% from the company, has had his second appeal turned down against his sacking
15 December 2021
Proposed strike action at Tesco distribution centres in the run-up to Christmas has forced bosses back to the negotiating table and resulted in an improved offer.
8 December 2021
Supermarket giant Tesco is set to be hit by a series of strikes at its distribution centres in the run-up to Christmas.
24 November 2021
The shop and distribution workers' union Usdaw is carrying out strike ballots at nine Tesco depots over pay
6 October 2021
An Usdaw rep at a Tesco warehouse who is also a Socialist Party member has been wrongfully dismissed for organising in his workplace, both on the shopfloor and in his union branch, of which he was recently elected secretary.
7 July 2021
A bidding war is underway for Morrisons.
2 June 2021
Around 1,300 staff at the University of Liverpool began three weeks of strike action on 24 May, in a fight over cuts to jobs in the faculty of health and life sciences, said the University and College Union
28 April 2021
The last year has been a challenging one for retail workers - some sectors have faced furlough and shop closures in the non-essential sector.
21 April 2021
Usdaw conference 2021: Although the right wing in Usdaw has made gains in recent union elections, the results do not represent any enthusiasm for them, as shown by the fact that the right wing's preferred candidate for president, Jane Jones, received over 2,000 fewer votes than Socialist Party member and incumbent Amy Mu
31 March 2021
Shopworkers in Asda have won the latest stage in their fight for equal pay in a ruling that could lead to a £500 million compensation claim.
10 March 2021
In September 2018, Sainsbury's 'Band 2' workers were offered a contract that claimed "the future is great pay" as one of its "destinations"
3 March 2021
Amy Murphy, the outgoing president of the fourth-biggest Labour Party-affiliated trade union, the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw), has been welcomed as a new member of the national steering committee of the left-wing Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC).
24 February 2021
Usdaw held elections for union President and Executive Council with results being announced on Monday 15th February
3 February 2021
Members and supporters of the Usdaw Broad Left came together for a Zoom rally on 2 February in support of the Broad Left's candidates in the upcoming Usdaw shop and distribution workers' union elections for the executive committee (EC) and president
28 January 2021
Usdaw's executive decided to strip back the 2021 conference
20 January 2021
Almost five years since the £10 an hour minimum wage demand was adopted by Usdaw, Morrisons has become the first major company in which Usdaw represents workers, to accept the demand.
13 January 2021
With Covid decimating the retail sector, it is vital that Usdaw takes a lead in organising retail and distribution workers in supermarkets, high street chains and smaller, independent businesses.
13 January 2021
Over the last few months, retail has been vying with schools for the top spot for Covid-19 outbreaks
9 December 2020
Hospitality: Understaffed and underpaid, now it's got worse: Bar worker John Williams, a Socialist Party member in Cardiff, spoke at a protest to oppose the pay freeze in the public and private sector on 5 December.
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