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Sunak savages workers as Tories signal new austerity assaults

Sunak savages workers as Tories signal new austerity assaults Although it is just the beginning, it is a clear signal that the Tories want working class people to bail out a system in crisis.

Scotrail+Justice for Ricky Reel+Delivery workers strike+Vote Paul Holmes+BT and Beis ballots

Scotrail+Justice for Ricky Reel+Delivery workers strike+Vote Paul Holmes+BT and Beis ballots Guards on Scotrail are preparing for their first day of strikes over abuse of disciplinary procedures.

The Troublemaker—For Serco test failures the profits are still world-beating

The Troublemaker—For Serco test failures the profits are still world-beating Outsourcing firm Serco has announced its profits are set to soar after being paid to operate NHS Test and Trace in England.

Tate strikes suspended but battle for jobs continues

Tate strikes suspended but battle for jobs continues Workers at the Tate galleries have voted to suspend their strike.

Support Tate galleries jobs fight

Support Tate galleries jobs fight Tate gallery workers were set to protest on Wednesday of this week after more than a month on all-out strike.

Gallery workers at the Tate keep up fight after more than a month of all-out strike

Gallery workers at the Tate keep up fight after more than a month of all-out strike Gallery workers at the Tate keep up fight after more than a month of all-out strike

Tate workers stand firm in all-out strike

14 September 2020
Workers on strike at the Tate galleries in London marched to a rally at Parliament Square last Saturday.

Tate workers build the resistance

08 September 2020
Workers on all out strike at the Tate Modern protested on London’s South Bank last Saturday after several of them were issued redundancy notices.

Protests and strikes against arts job cull

01 September 2020
Art workers protested outside the National Theatre in London last Saturday against more than 1,000 “callous” job cuts.

Tate strikers keep up fight to halt job cuts

25 August 2020
Workers at the Tate galleries in London arecontinuing their lively strikes.

Tate galleries strikers battle to stop 313 redundancies

18 August 2020
Angry PCS union members at the Tate galleries in London launched a strike on Tuesday against over 300 job cuts. The redundancies target those who work for Tate Commerce in shops, restaurants and publishing across all of the Tate galleries.

Outsourced workers at Homerton hospital celebrate sick pay victory

03 August 2020
Outsourced workers at Homerton University Hospital in east London have won sick pay after a long-running campaign.

​​​​​​​Tax office cleaners launch walkouts to win living wage

03 August 2020
Cleaners at HMRC tax offices in Liverpool and Bootle began a four week strike on Monday—part of a long-running battle for a living wage.

Bosses couldn’t drive out Paul Williams

30 June 2020
Bosses at the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) have backed off from an attempt to victimise leading trade unionist Paul Williams. 

Report exposes shocking call centre conditions for workers

15 May 2020
Call centre workers are risking their lives on a “dangerous frontline” in the coronavirus crisis. A new report says that, “Without exaggeration the severity of the hazards from Covid-19 and the effects on these workers make for shocking reading.”

Thousands forced back to work in unsafe conditions at government departments

21 April 2020
More than 5,000 people are being made to go into work to operate the government’s payment scheme for laid off workers.

Worker dies after call centre is kept open

03 April 2020
At least one public sector worker has died and another from the same office taken ill with coronavirus after having to come into work.

Don’t let bosses boot out leading PCS union rep Paul Williams

03 March 2020
The PCS union has launched a campaign against the victimisation of leading rep Paul Williams.

Strikers at the Foreign Office vow to fight on as latest phase of action comes to an end

25 February 2020
The latest phase of action at the Foreign Office is ending, but the battle is not over, says Nick Clark

Foreign Office staff plan to step up struggle

18 February 2020
Striking outsourced workers at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) plan to step up their fight against bosses at contractor Interserve.

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