Tag Archives: London

News Feature

‘No-go zone’

London cabbies have sounded the alarm over gang-related attacks in Lisson Grove, an area in the capital that many taxi drivers have described as a... Read More

‘Seriously out of line’

Private tenancies are “unaffordable” for the majority of low income families because housing benefit is “so seriously out of line” with renting costs, new research... Read More

Win for young people

Unite celebrated a major victory today (June 28) after Tower Hamlets council announced it had reached an agreement with an outsourcing firm that will now... Read More

Wage boost

London bus drivers will shortly see their minimum pay rates increase as a result of policies agreed between Unite and Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London.... Read More

‘Lost wages’

London living wage (LLW) accredited councils have outsourced work to a leisure services provider that is “short changing” up to a 1,000 young people by... Read More

‘Chorus of discontent’

Unite has called ‘curtains’ over poor pay and allegations of bullying of security personnel at London’s prestigious Royal Opera House.   Performances at the world-renowned... Read More
Sound and Vision

‘Lifeblood of London’

Unite members, bus drivers at Merton bus garage, today (January 17) met Unite general secretary Len McCluskey and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to celebrate... Read More
News Feature

Landmark deal

Unite member Neil Muhammad would never have imagined that he would be earning £150 a week less than he did two decades ago for doing... Read More
Brexit News Feature

London Brexit impact

Unite has praised the Mayor of London for carrying out the first taxpayer-funded Brexit impact studies, after it was revealed the government had neglected to... Read More