14 July 2016
Migrant workers at Esso's Fawley oil refinery in Southampton struck today, Thursday, against bosses who pay them half as much as British workers.
12 July 2016
Five workers were killed when they were crushed by tonnes of concrete and scrap metal at a recycling plant last week.
21 June 2016
European courts ruled last week that Britain’s government can restrict access to benefits for EU migrants. Meanwhile charity MSF will no longer accept funding from the EU in protest at its clampdown on refugees.
14 June 2016
Politicians have been scrambling to outbid each other in attacking migrants as the European Union (EU) referendum looms closer.
17 May 2016
Britain’s draconian immigration controls were tightened last week with the passage of the Tories’ Immigration Act 2016.
28 April 2016
26 April 2016
European migrants in Britain told Tomáš Tengely-Evans why the European Union (EU) is not a friend of migrants and refugees—and why they say vote Leave
18 April 2016
As many as 400 people are feared to have drowned today, Monday, in the worst disaster of the refugee crisis this year.
09 February 2016
Much of the media eagerly publicised the news that professor Angus Dalgleish was due to make a speech attacking migrants.
15 December 2015
Activists are organising to take on union-bashing Sports Direct bosses in Shirebrook, Derbyshire.
01 September 2015
Not content with demonising refugees, Tory home secretary Theresa May has gone on the offensive against all migrants.
25 August 2015
Construction unions GMB, Unite and Ucatt are demanding construction consortium Sita Semcorp pay migrant workers nationally agreed rates.
11 August 2015
When the Tories say they want to charge people not born in Britain for NHS care we know this can be the first step towards bringing in charging everyone.
04 August 2015
Supporters warn of more action after the reinstatement of only two out of the four victimised workers at Sotheby’s auction house in central London.
04 August 2015
Tories announce new clampdown as migrants die in Calais, reports Ken Olende