Workers at the Orion recycling plant in east London struck last week without going through all the usual balloting requirements last week—and won their demands within hours.
The Tories tried to smuggle out five reports into their racist immigration policies last week in the hope they wouldn’t be noticed
Right from the misty start to the blazing end this play holds your attention.
Teachers could be heading for a national strike ballot over pay. Delegates at the NUT union conference in Brighton last weekend passed a motion calling on the union to launch a “vigorous campaign” over pay.
Kevin died after coming into contact with the police on 9 March in Lewisham, south east London.
A powerful protest marked 20 years since Christopher's death in police custody in Hull
Anti-racism was a big theme of NUT teachers’ union conference this week
Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi from Jewish Voice for Labour spoke to Sadie Robinson about the hypocrisy of the right over antisemitism.
This year’s NUT union conference in Brighton has seen fury at the Tories' assault on schools.
Around 200 people joined a racist march in Telford on Friday.
An e-ballot on the offer begins on 4 April. It's urgent to fight for a No vote.
Workers across six further education colleges came to the end of a three-day strike on Thursday. The walkout hit five London colleges and Sandwell College in the Midlands.
The campaign to reject has already begun. #RejectUUKdeal
NEU union members at Acton High school in west London began a two-day strike on Tuesday. Workers are in dispute over three issues – bullying, management’s response to behaviour issues and a planned takeover by Ark.
An inspirational fight by West Virginia teachers has inspired teachers and other public sector workers
Survivors and those displaced by the Grenfell Tower fire could be waiting over a year to get rehoused, according to the government.
Striking bus workers in Aberdeen voted unanimously to escalate their action at a mass meeting of over 150 people last Wednesday.
Parents, teachers and campaigners in Newham, east London, are celebrating several victories over academisation after strikes and protests.
Workers across six further education colleges began a three-day strike on Tuesday in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions
Hundreds of low-paid health workers in Wigan are resisting bosses’ attempts to outsource their jobs to a firm run by their former Labour MP.