Author: Ben Sellers

Bakers Union Demand Labour NPF Commits to Helping Workers

“The Labour National NPF has an opportunity this weekend to put clear red water between the Tories and the Labour Party." - Sarah Woolley

Station staff threatened with disciplinary action for ticket office campaign

Railway staff are being told to stop wearing "save our ticket offices" stickers or face disciplinary action, RMT understands

Controversial ‘anti-strike’ bill becomes law despite pushback

Health unions have vowed to make sure that the voice of nursing is not silenced, after the government’s controversial anti-strike bill became law

Government must raise ‘out-of-date’ mileage rates for struggling public service staff, says Unison 

'Driven Out of Work' report findings are based on two UNISON surveys which took place in March

Lord Hendy responds to the passage of the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill

Speech to the House of Lords, 20th July 2023

Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill becomes law

Government Bill to introduce Minimum Service Levels during industrial action receives Royal Assent

Unions win High Court battle over ‘strike breaking’ agency worker regulations

Government acted unlawfully and irrationally when it implemented regulations allowing businesses to use agency workers to fill in for striking workers

Four questions for Keir Starmer on trade union freedom

The Morning Star reports on the Campaign for Trade Union Freedom fringe meeting at Unite's policy conference

Government defeated yet again in the Lords over Minimum Service Levels

Defeat number 76 in total in this Parliamentary session

ASDA recall to Business Committee welcomed by GMB

If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it is normally a duck, says GMB Union

RMT to take to streets in national protest against strikes bill

‘We will fight this in the courts, the media and the workplace’, union leader Mick Lynch says
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