‘With all our might’

Unite defends Ford Bridgend plant

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A dark day for rights


Unite general secretary Len McCluskey vowed that Unite would not allow the Trade Union Act to stop the union from fully supporting the workers it... Read More
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For sanity’s sake


Benefit sanctions must be stopped to avert a national mental health crisis, doctors have warned.   Doctors from Britain’s leading mental health organisations also called... Read More
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Solid support


Hundreds of workers at IT giant Fujitsu are staging strike action across the UK to defend their jobs, pay and pensions, and to gain union... Read More
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‘Utterly shameful’


Coming in at 103rd out of 119 countries in a global ranking tracking wage growth since the financial crisis, the UK placed above only a... Read More
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Undermined


Undermined is a one man show told through Dale’s point of view and his journey throughout the year of the miners’ strike, his community and... Read More
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Decent work call


Unite members took their fight for decent work in hospitality including fair tips and union rights to Malmaison hotels in London and Leeds this Sunday... Read More
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Defending UK car jobs


Unite general secretary Len McCluskey, will address representatives from the three Vauxhall plants today (February 27) on Unite’s fight to defend thousands of UK car... Read More
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Stop bank closure call


The 72 per cent taxpayer-owned bank RBS – which benefited from a £45bn bailout after the financial crisis – today (February 24) reported its ninth... Read More
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Further BA strikes


Members of Unite working as cabin crew for British Airways mixed fleet announced a further round of seven days of strikes today (February 24) in... Read More
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‘Hidden cuts’ agenda


Argos’ plans to transfer nearly 500 workers from its Lutterworth distribution hub in Leicestershire to Kettering, Northamptonshire are widening out to become a countrywide dispute.... Read More
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Sanctioned to sleeping rough


The government’s despised benefit sanctions regime has pushed people into sleeping rough, a scathing report by MPs has concluded.   The cruel measures that punish... Read More
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A people’s Brexit


The government has “wrapped Brexit up in fake patriotic posturing” and must not be allowed to turn Britain into “bargain basement tax haven”, Jeremy Corbyn... Read More
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Wage exploitation


Umbrella companies are a curse and in recent years they have spread from construction to many other sectors including logistics, warehousing, supply teaching and pharmaceuticals.... Read More
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‘Speedy changes’ concerns


Worries over Vauxhall’s future were heightened today (February 23) after it emerged that Carlos Tavares, chief executive of French carmaker PSA Group which owns Peugeot,... Read More
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Welcome committment


Unite Scotland has welcomed a commitment by the First Minister to look at bringing fair pay to the union’s members at Marine Scotland.   Highland... Read More
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Bottom of the table


Poorer families in the UK are much less likely to own their home than their counterparts abroad, new research that highlights Britain’s chronic housing crisis... Read More
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Bus journeys plummet


Unite the union says new figures show that Scotland’s free-for-all privatised bus services are in chaos – with passengers getting a worse service despite increased... Read More