Industrial action

Chile: Mass movement wins constitutional convention

From protests to the referendum and beyond.

Chris Clough  ·  04 November 2020

When Lancashire workers fought slavery

International solidarity in 1862-3.

Mel Astbury  ·  20 October 2020

Colombia: authoritarianism in the pandemic

Protests in Colombia met with police violence

J. Garcia  ·  21 September 2020

CWU leadership talks out the ballot

Postal workers being lined up for a defeat

A CWU Rep  ·  21 September 2020

Social unrest in post-lockdown India

Privatisation, unemployment and industrial unrest.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  08 September 2020

British Gas threaten to “fire and re-hire” 20,000 workers

GMB must press ahead with strike ballot.

George Brody  ·  03 September 2020

Union makes concessions as talks begin with Royal Mail

The answer to a Royal Mail in the red is renationalisation not cuts

A CWU Rep  ·  14 July 2020

Royal Mail Wins a Battle, but Postal Workers Can Win the War

Today the High Court granted Royal Mail an injunction to stop postal workers striking. This is an attack on the entire trade union movement. At this crossroads, an unofficial strike with the support of the CWU and the entire Labour and trade union movement points the way to victory.

Pete Thompson  ·  13 November 2019

GM strike: permanent contracts for all!

Car workers in the US are entering their fourth week of all-out strike action as we go to press. The largest auto strike since 2007 is solid so far. In […]

Jeremy Dewar  ·  07 October 2019

How Britain’s biggest union undermines migrant workers’ rights

Over the past seven years cleaners and security guards at London’s most prestigious universities have been fighting a relentless and courageous struggle for basic rights: the London Living Wage, sickness, holiday and maternity pay, workplace conditions, and end to contracting out and union recognition.

Workers Power  ·  09 July 2019

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