By KD Tait Members of Unite the union have started voting to elect the general secretary of Britain’s most important trade union. The election comes at a critical moment for the labour movement. After the rout of the Corbyn movement, Labour’s leadership is determined to complete the purge of the left’s influence within the party. […]
Howard Beckett is the sole candidate not advocating a retreat from the struggle over the political leadership of the Labour Party.
Four candidates will be on the ballot paper.
After 82 days of strike action
Workplace activists can lead the fight for 15%.
No candidate is proposing genuine rank and file strategy.
Fighting back against "fire & rehire".
Even more employers will use this tactic to attack terms and conditions.
Manchester buses, school students and British Gas
Cross-union strike committees should be elected to unite the unions behind 15% and prepare coordinated action