‘Name and shame’

Underpaying bosses exposed


‘Turning the screw’

Hardline bosses at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant are turning the screw on the workforce, as they have banned workplace meetings to discuss the current... Read More

‘No stone unturned’

Unite has warned that it will leave ‘no stone unturned’ if Doncaster refuse contractor Suez presses ahead with breaking the law during forthcoming strike action.... Read More

Brexit ‘band-aid’?

In an initial response today (August 16) to the UK government’s paper proposing steps to mitigate the impact of Brexit on the island of Ireland,... Read More

Bin dispute win

Unite, today (August 16) said that it has achieved victory in the Birmingham bin dispute which will result in the suspension of the current industrial... Read More
News Feature

Begging for more hours

The latest labour market data out today (August 16) paints a superficially rosy picture if you look at the headline figures — wage growth is... Read More
Sound and Vision

Give us guarantees

Unite members at Argos distribution centres began three weeks of strike action yesterday (August 15), after the company failed to negotiate an agreement covering redundancy... Read More

‘All is not well’

British workers are set for another hit to their living standards, as rail fares surge to their highest in five years and wages continue to... Read More

Carnival ‘bus chaos’

Unite is warning that bus passengers are facing widespread disruption across London over the August bank holiday weekend as key safety support staff hold a... Read More

Strong stand

Unite members at Argos’ distribution network strike over the company’s failure to negotiate a national agreement covering redundancy and severance packages.     Argos has... Read More
News Feature

Uber out

Police have slammed the ride-sharing app Uber in London for failing to report sexual assaults by its drivers, among other serious crimes, leading Unite to... Read More

‘Barmaids in the sky’

Airline cabin crew are being subjected to record levels of abuse from intoxicated passengers, according to shocking new research conducted by Unite.   A survey... Read More
Equal access for sports

Fair play?

As the season opens we ask is racism still an issue in UK football? And with only two black managers in the football league, Unite... Read More

Uncertainty over at last

Tata Steel has today (August 11) announced that it has signed the documentation for a Regulated Apportionment Arrangement (RAA) with the Trustee of the British... Read More

‘Appalling treatment’

HGV drivers employed by the Co-op at its West Thurrock distribution depot have begun balloting for industrial action over the ‘appalling treatment’ of their disabled... Read More

Step up now call

The long-running Birmingham bin dispute could continue until Christmas unless the city council negotiates a fair settlement, Unite warned today (August 11).   The union... Read More

BA strike goes on

Unite members working as cabin crew for British Airways’ mixed fleet today (August 11) urged the airline to get around the negotiating table to avoid... Read More