Over 800 workers at the homeless charity St Mungo’s have voted to end their three-month all out strike.
Under pressure from rank and file activity most of the revolutionary socialist groups turned left, workers power argues now is the time to unite all who want to develop a rank and file strategy.
The 2022-2023 strike wave, despite its impressive size, failed to achieve what was possible for workers. George Banks argues the rank and file needs organisation and unity.
An important step forward for grassroots trade unionists
CWU bureaucracy wins on rotten deal, but struggle won't end.
An Open Letter to union activists and the left on the next steps for our movement
PCS members follow the nurses' lead
Industrial disputes round-up
Rotten agreement will not provide job security and will weaken union.
By a CWU Rep The CWU leadership argues that if we had continued to strike Royal Mail would have gone bankrupt. The Tories would have taken it over, handed the parcel operation to the company’s international holding company IDS (until last year Royal Mail Group) and slashed the USO, losing tens of thousands of jobs. […]