Feet to the fire

New report slams Sports Direct practices revealed by Unite

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Positive talks


The prospect of industrial action by drivers at First Glasgow has been averted following protracted negotiations involving Unite officials.   The union had conducted a consultative... Read More
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Crunch decision


The meeting of the EDF board of directors on Thursday (July 28) to make the crunch decision on the financial go-ahead for the Hinkley Point... Read More
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We will not be silenced


Unite general secretary Len McCluskey will be in Bromley this Saturday (July 23) to join the march against the cuts and privatisation to local services... Read More
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No excuse


University bosses should not use speculation about future EU research spending in the UK to avoid giving higher education (HE) staff a decent pay rise,... Read More
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Oil strike support


Hundreds of North Sea oil workers have received a boost ahead of industrial action next week with Norwegian energy unions pledging their "100 per cent... Read More
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The new poor


Falling levels of home ownership and a reliance on state benefits mean that middle income families now have more in common with poor households than... Read More
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‘Reap what you sow’


An HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigation into infamous employer Sports Direct for not paying its 3000 warehouse staff the national minimum wage is understood... Read More
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Last resort


More than 110 drivers from First Hampshire and Dorset Ltd in Weymouth and Bridport are to strike for five days next week in an ongoing... Read More
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Rank hypocrisy


Staff at Dorset county council will be protesting on Thursday (July 21) over ‘them and us’ pay inequality at the council’s headquarters.   Employees’ are... Read More
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Pouring petrol on the fire


Thousands of Unite First Bus members across the country are considering industrial action against the company’s attacks on pay and working conditions.   First Bus... Read More