Striking cleaners and caterers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) have entered the fifth week of an indefinite strike over low pay and outsourcing.
Health workers in Bradford and Lincolnshire are stepping up the fight against poverty pay and outsourcing—and they need solidarity.
Asda workers are furious at supermarket bosses’ plans to impose a punitive contract that would rip up their terms and conditions.
Jobs could be at risk at British Steel after it is set to be bought by Oyak, the Turkish military pension fund.
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The most popular chants were “Say hey, say ho, Boris Johnson's got to go” and “We want independence now”'.
Up to 1,000 people joined the Stand With Hong Kong protest, which gathered in Trafalgar Square before marching to Downing Street and Parliament Square
LGBT+ people staged a “kiss-in” to beat back the bigots in London’s Parliament Square on Friday.
The Indian government has held a special ceremony to announce that it is in control of the disputed area of Kashmir.
Up to 1,000 Asda workers and their supporters marched in Leeds against the bosses' assault on workers' lives.
The police watchdog will investigate how cops handled the investigation into the death of a 12 year old school student in Greater Manchester.
Cleaners and caterers from London and Liverpool marched together on Tuesday, uniting their battles over low pay and outsourcing.
A growing number of MPs have backed calls for a “national unity government” to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Around 50,000 children rely on care from councils whose services are inadequate, according to a study published last week.
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The entire social work team at Ruskin College has resigned in solidarity with victimised union reps.
Striking library workers in Bromley, south east London, plan five demonstrations in addition to their continuing strike.
Hundreds of health workers in West Yorkshire have voted to start an indefinite strike from Monday 26 August against a dangerous new form of privatisation.
Around 500 workers at the St Mungo’s homeless charity are balloting for strikes over attacks on their jobs and the service they provide.
Protests over new contracts at Asda