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Stagecoach Merseyside drivers reject offer and call more action

28 September 2010
Bus workers at Stagecoach Merseyside in Liverpool were set to strike on Friday of this week after rejecting a new pay offer that was worse than the previous deal.

Touched - Tate Liverpool

28 September 2010
This exhibition seeks to do several things at once—with interesting results.

Stagecoach Merseyside strike suspended

21 September 2010
Bus drivers at Stagecoach Merseyside in Liverpool suspended a planned one-day strike on Monday of this week to discuss a revised pay offer.

Lib Dem conference: Thousands protest at the Tories’ friends

21 September 2010
Around 2,000 protesters marched on the Liberal Democrats’ conference in Liverpool last Sunday.

Delegates gather for Prospect conference

08 June 2010
Some 500 delegates from the Prospect union met in Liverpool for the union’s conference last week.

Strike vote turns up the heat

11 May 2010
Workers at Prescot cooker manufacturer Glen Dimplex Home Appliances in Liverpool have voted by 73 percent for strike action and 83 percent in favour of action short of a strike.

Unofficial post strike in Liverpool

23 April 2010
ALMOST 100 mail workers staged an unofficial strike at Liverpool city centre’s main delivery office today.

Liverpool's defiant protest against homophobia

24 November 2009
Anger and defiance at the rise in homophobic attacks was seen on the streets of Liverpool last Sunday when more than 1,500 people marched through the city.

Liverpool rally against hatred on Sunday

17 November 2009
Hundreds of people outraged by the growing number of homophobic attacks in Britain are expected to join a protest march in Liverpool this Sunday, 22 November.

Meeting shows mood to resist homophobia

12 November 2009
A determined meeting saw lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, and their supporters, gather in central London against homophobia on Tuesday evening. More than 65 people attended the meeting, which came after large vigils in London, Liverpool and other towns and cities against the rise in homophobic hate crime.

Agency workers are treated like cattle

10 November 2009
Agency workers in Liverpool told a study by the North West TUC how they were "treated like cattle" while working on a multi-million pound government contract.

TUC: Unions to boycott Israeli illegal settlements

22 September 2009
The Trade Union Congress in Liverpool last week voted to support a boycott of goods from illegal Israeli settlements along with a call for an end to arms sales to the country.

Gordon Brown unleashes new wave of cuts at TUC

15 September 2009
Gordon Brown announced that he will cut public services and jobs at the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in Liverpool this week.

Airport workers win a victory

08 September 2009
Liverpool airport baggage handlers forced their bosses to back off from making compulsory redundancies.

John Lennon Airport workers come together to beat bosses

01 September 2009
Some 150 Servisair workers at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport are on all-out strike.

One hour refuse strikes in Liverpool

01 September 2009
About 600 refuse workers at Enterprise Liverpool are staging a series of daily one-hour daily strikes over pay and conditions.

All-out strike at Liverpool John Lennon Airport

25 August 2009
Some 150 ServisAir workers at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport are on all-out strike.

Will John Lennon airport workers say hello or goodbye to strikes?

18 August 2009
Some 150 ServisAir workers at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport may stage a continuous strike from Thursday of this week.

Rolling action to hit Enterprise-Liverpool

04 August 2009
Some 600 workers at Enterprise-Liverpool, the private company responsible for street cleaning and maintenance in the city, are set to strike for an hour a day every day from Tuesday of next week. They are in dispute over pay and conditions.

An enterprising vote for strikes

28 July 2009
Enterprise-Liverpool workers in the GMB union have voted by a massive 97 percent for industrial action in a dispute over pay and conditions.

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