VIDEO - Voices from the NHS in crisis—fix it now demonstration
Some voices from the national NHS in crisis—fix it now demonstration in London
Marchers in London said, 'We are sickened and angered by the NHS crisis, we blame the Tories and we want them out.'
Deep anger against the Tories, and a determination to fight for change now
Protesters are gathering on Gower Street in central London today to protest against the Tory assault on the NHS.
Outside my front door on a tree-lined Sheffield street, protesters were up against private security guards as police looked on.
An important meeting injected urgency into the Justice4Grenfell campaign
VIDEO - Remembering the nurses’ strike of 1988
Thirty years ago this month health workers began a wave of militant strikes that defeated a Tory government. These three nurses tell the story—and say everyone should join the national demonstration to defend the NHS in London this Saturday.
A shiver of fear is running through the boardrooms of property developers—and the cabals of right wing Labour councillors.
Teachers and other school workers struck at Avenue Primary. It was the NEU members’ first of two days of strike action, an escalation from the previous one day strikes.
Southwark council’s planning committee has postponed a crucial decision about the future of the Elephant and Castle shopping centre in south London.
Workers at the University of London (UoL) struck against outsourcing last Thursday.
Postal workers’ union leaders and Royal Mail bosses have reached an agreement to end a major dispute and are calling on workers to back it.
Thousands of workers for failed outsourcing and construction firm Carillion are anxiously waiting to discover what is happening to their jobs.
Home care workers in Birmingham were set to strike for a second time between 12 noon and 2.30pm on Tuesday of next week.
Landlords and building managers are still dragging their feet over essential fire safety work in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Defeat for the Labour right in Haringey could spur wider resistance, writes Alistair Farrow
Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth pledged last week that a Labour government would defend the rights of EU migrants working in the NHS.
UCU union members are building the campaign to defend their pensions—and finding that the momemtum that led to a high turnout to vote is still there, reports Sadie Robinson
Workers at 19 further education colleges are fighting to get the vote out in strike ballots over pay.
There’s a chance to give new life to the sruggle over pay in the public services after a key Unison union body voted against the pay offer in local government