Tag Archives: workers rights

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Regulations bonfire

Tory Brexiteers and a number of right-wing US organisations – both with access to the upper echelons of their governments – have teamed up to... Read More

Spirit of the Five lives on

Forty five years ago, five dockworkers and trade unionists were imprisoned for standing up to a government which, through the new Industrial Relations Act, was... Read More
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Seat at the table

Theresa May’s pledge to install worker representatives on company boards could be law “within a year”, according to a new TUC report.   The commitment,... Read More
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Pushed out for being pregnant

Two years ago at Sports Direct’s infamous warehouse in Derbyshire, where working conditions have been described as ‘Victorian’ a woman gave birth in a toilet at... Read More

The ugly game

Len McCluskey is spearheading the fight against the exploitation of migrant workers building Qatar’s football World Cup showpiece in 2022.   The Unite general secretary... Read More