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26 January 2021

Steel site scaffolders strike for the 'rate of the job'

Scaffolders at the British Steel site in Scunthorpe are in a dispute over pay.

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20 January 2021

Rolls-Royce Barnoldswick factory future secured following strike action

The future of the Rolls-Royce factory in Barnoldswick, Lancashire, and its 350 jobs has been secured after a deal was agreed between the workers' union Unite and the company

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20 January 2021

Morrisons - 10/hr headline hides divisive pay offer

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.

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20 January 2021

PCS Broad Left Network conference

PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) joint equality officer and PCS NEC candidate

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20 January 2021

Plymouth rent strike continues

We have now surpassed 400 signatures for our rent strike, with over 710,000 pledged to be withheld. For students there is no equivalent to the furlough scheme, and we're expected to hand over the majority

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20 January 2021

News in Brief

At the same time as the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published its 2020 report showing that Britain's poor got poorer due to furloughing and job losses, etc, while the rich prospered - Boris Johnson reshuffled his government and appointed Kwasi Kwarteng as the new business secretary.

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20 January 2021

Books that inspired me: The Road to Wigan Pier

In early 1936, a then unknown George Orwell was commissioned by the publisher Victor Gollancz to travel to the north of England to research 'the conditions of the working class'

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20 January 2021

Covid: Bosses chase profit and put workers in danger

Any lingering illusion that the government's strategy for handling the Covid pandemic was aimed at protecting the entire population, without fear or favour, has been well and truly shattered.

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20 January 2021

Teachers: On the front line, in their own words

I've been working from home this lockdown, looking after the virtual classrooms. Some of our pupils struggle to access the work from home, as their parents need to work too. And some have a lot of illness

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20 January 2021

A day in the life of an agency worker

Following a six-month period on furlough, I took voluntary redundancy from the factory I'd worked at since leaving school

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20 January 2021

British Gas strike continues

British Gas engineers in the GMB union have announced seven new strike dates, for 24 hours each day, on 20, 22, 25, 29, 30, 31 January and 1 February

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20 January 2021

Obituary - Jeff Edwards

Jeff Edwards sadly passed away at Whipps Cross hospital on 3 January, having contracted Covid-19.

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13 January 2021

Ryan Aldred: Why I'm standing for Usdaw's EC

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.

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Protesting in Cardiff  following the death of Mohamud Mohammed Hassan, photo by Cardiff SP

Protesting in Cardiff following the death of Mohamud Mohammed Hassan, photo by Cardiff SP

13 January 2021

British Gas workers strike against 'fire and rehire' plans

The gas engineers received tremendous support at a Leicester picket

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13 January 2021

Get stuck in to build a fighting, democratic PCS union

PCS Broad Left Network conference: The PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) conference takes place on Saturday 16 January.

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13 January 2021

Royal mail management forced to make concessions

CWU to ballot on national agreement: The Communication Workers Union (CWU) postal executive has unanimously agreed to propose to the membership a national agreement that, if agreed, would end the two-year dispute between the CWU and Royal Mail

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13 January 2021

Lockdown 3.0 - fight to make our shops safe!

Over the last few months, retail has been vying with schools for the top spot for Covid-19 outbreaks

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13 January 2021

Exams scrapped again - young people need a future with jobs and free education

In another Tory U-turn, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has told the second class of Covid that A-level and GCSE exams will not be taking place at the end of the 2020-21 academic year

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11 January 2021

Unison get sec election shows left can win NEC

The result of the Unison GS election shows the mood for change in the biggest public sector union

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