‘Address gross injustice’ call

Transline yet to honour back pay outrage

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Pay deal result


Workers at Oxford Bus Company have agreed a settlement in their long-running dispute over pay and Christmas working, Unite said today (March 28).   A... Read More
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Patient safety first


Unite general secretary Len McCluskey joined biomedical scientists in Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust yesterday (March 22) on the third day of a week-long strike over... Read More
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Pensions row ramps up


Angry workers at AWE plc - the Atomic Weapons Establishment – are striking today (March 23) in their long-running pensions’ dispute, with another seven days... Read More
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Pensions deadlock


BMW workers at the home of the Mini in Cowley will be staging a second protest tomorrow (March 24) over the carmaker’s plans to close... Read More
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From trollies to Trident?


The Ministry of Defence Guard Service (MGS) – first formed after the 1989 Deal Barracks bomb attack over concerns that private security were not properly... Read More
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Vauxhall update meeting


Unite general secretary Len McCluskey will be updating Unite shop stewards at Vauxhall’s Luton plant on the current situation of the automaker’s sale to PSA... Read More
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Unite hails cab victory


Makers of the iconic London black cab, the London Taxi Company (LTC), launched a new state-of-the-art plant today (March 22) in the West Midlands to... Read More
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‘Too little too late’


Extra funding for suicide prevention is “too little too late” and will not prevent people dying unnecessarily, an influential parliamentary committee has warned.   In... Read More