Rail workers across four networks plan to walk out to defend safety next Tuesday and Thursday.
Outsourced cleaners at Barts Health NHS Trust have accepted a pay offer from multinational Serco after a long-running dispute.
Millions of people are scraping by in badly paid jobs and are being forced to take out loans. Ten years after the ‘credit crunch’, Sarah Bates looks at what’s behind the debt explosion
As students begin a new university year many are looking at the upheaval in politics—and the possibility of change.
There are strong signs that Royal Mail workers are voting massively in favour of strikes to protect their pensions, conditions and to win a pay rise above inflation. The ballot closes next Tuesday.
The revolt against the public sector pay cap is growing.
Demonstrators took to the streets in response to the far right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party’s general election breakthrough.
After a huge crowd gathered for Jeremy Corbyn in Brighton on Saturday, the Labour right held their own rally in a hotel basement last night, Sunday.
Labour Party conference gets underway today, Sunday—and the left is feeling confident.
Vindicated by the general election result, thousands of Jeremy Corbyn's supporters at the Labour Party conference feel confident, enthusiastic and raring to chuck out the Tories.
An up to 500-strong housing demonstration increased the pressure on Haringey council today, Saturday.
Labour's shadow chancellor urged unions to coordinate industrial action to break the Tories' public sector pay cap last night, Wednesday.
Also: strike called at Badock’s Wood Primary School in Bristol
If you complain about the cops, the way you are treated will vary wildly depending on where you live.
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Pressure is mounting on Theresa May to lift the public sector pay cap with a new poll showing that 62 percent of people want it scrapped.
Survivors of the contaminated blood scandal met with the Reverend James Jones last week to discuss a possible upcoming inquiry. Nearly 80 attended the meeting.
Opposition grows to Haringey demolition plans. Tenants delay Genesis housing association merger.
The trial of three police officers charged with perjury in relation to their account of the death of Kingsley Burrell began last week.
Some 250 workers lobbied Glasgow City Council on Thursday of last week demanding they comply with equal pay legislation.