Tag Archives: workers rights

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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
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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
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Caught cold


Many parents well know the stresses and strains of having a child too ill to go to school when mum and dad need to be... Read More