Workplace, Trade Unions, Strikes

Where next for the Royal Mail strikes?

Rank and File update

A CWU Rep  ·  23 September 2022

How can the strikes win – and what would victory look like?

Will this strike wave, the biggest for 30 years, end in victory?

Jeremy Dewar  ·  12 September 2022

Royal Mail strikes must demand nationalisation

It is clear that nothing less than the future of Royal Mail itself is at stake.

A CWU Rep  ·  12 September 2022

Dockers strikes spread from Felixstowe to Liverpool

Five hundred Liverpool dockers at England’s fourth-largest port, employed by MDHC Container Services, are to strike from 19 September to 3 October

Dave Stockton  ·  10 September 2022

Public sector pay ballots: press for co-ordination

Nurses, refuse collectors, youth workers, teachers, lecturers and civil servants are being balloted.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  10 September 2022

When crime doesn’t pay (even the minimum wage)

Criminal Barristers are escalating their action to an all-out strike.

Alex Rutherford  ·  10 September 2022

Interview with a striking barrister: “We will wear them down”

By Alex Rutherford As industrial militancy rises again in Britain for the first time in many years, criminal barristers have joined the strike wave. Workers Power spoke to Saul Brody, […]

Alex Rutherford  ·  18 August 2022

Postal bosses gear up for battle – let’s strike back now!

Let's bring the strike forward.

A CWU Rep  ·  08 August 2022

Royal Mail threatens to break up company if workers strike

Postal workers and the public should reject Royal Mail blackmail.

Pete Thompson  ·  20 July 2022

Starmer fails test of elections and strikes

Boris Johnson's government suffered two significant by-election defeats on 23 June.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  13 July 2022

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