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Reports round up: Workers protest at Bakkavor foods as they prepare for strike

Reports round up: Workers protest at Bakkavor foods as they prepare for strike Up to 100 workers outsourced to Sodexo at St Mary’s hospital in west London began a strike ballot this week.

Reports round up: A victory to keep bleating on about in Kentish Town

Reports round up: A victory to keep bleating on about in Kentish Town Workers at Kentish Town Farm in north London are celebrating after the farm’s board quit and handed control over to workers and their supporters.

Whitehall workers walk out for living wage

Whitehall workers walk out for living wage Outsourced workers at the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy walked out on Tuesday

Bold strikes mean cleaners are winning big

Bold strikes mean cleaners are winning big Cleaners across London have got bosses running scared.

Uniting the fight at Ministry of Justice

Uniting the fight at Ministry of Justice Civil service workers in the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) resoundingly rejected a pay proposal tied to cuts to terms and conditions last week.

Migrant workers wage fight against low pay in London

08 August 2018
Two groups of mainly migrant workers are waging a fight against low pay in London.

Reports round up - Bridgman workers show bosses the door

29 May 2018
 

Reports round-up: Pay walkout hits Waltham Forest school

17 April 2018
Plus: Pay walkout hits Waltham Forest school, Orion workers celebrate as they win all demands and Barnsley strikes against academy bosses

Reports round-up

28 November 2017
Driving Examiners in the PCS union are set to stage a 48-hour strike on Monday and Tuesday next week in a dispute over working hours.

Fast results for cleaners at Ferrari dealer

07 November 2017
Two sacked cleaners at a luxury Maserati and Ferrari car showroom have won their jobs back—and the London Living Wage

Reports round up: Only women’s aid centre in South Yorkshire may close

19 September 2017
Also: Aslef tube drivers call strike | Scotrail CCTV monitors | GTR train cleaners | NHS march in Brighton | Birmingham Mail | Ferrari and Maserati cleaners | Ritzy cinema | Serco tug boats | Co-op drivers | DSEI arrests

Industrial round-up: Post workers hold large rallies over Royal Mail pension attack

11 July 2017
Also: Four-week strike starts at Mears | Tube bosses ban water | Woolwich ferry dispute settled | LSE cleaners defend Alba | Dpac protest against Atos | Birmingham bins | Sellafield firefighters | dirty protest | Unnecessary defeat at BMW

LSE strike wins demands for equal pay and conditions

13 June 2017
Cleaners at the London School of Economics (LSE) university have won an impressive victory. The outsourced workers had been striking to demand equal pay and conditions to workers employed directly by the university.

Striking cleaners push on after their action wins concessions from LSE

30 May 2017
Striking cleaners and their supporters rallied outside the LSE university in central London yesterday, Wendesday.

LSE cleaners strike continues in defiance of management threats

23 May 2017
Cleaners employed by outsourcing firm Noonan at the LSE university on Wednesday continued their strike for equal pay and conditions as workers employed directly by the LSE. Cleaners currently get the statutory minimum sick pay of just £83.95 a week for a maximum of 28 weeks.

London School of Economics cleaners strike for equality

16 May 2017
Outsourced cleaners at the London School of Economics have struck for the same pay and conditions as similar directly-employed workers.

Cleaners strike for equality at university in London

21 March 2017
Cleaners at the London School of Economics (LSE) university began a 48-hour strike today

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