Pandemic

Why Just Eat couriers are striking, and how you can support them

The base rate of pay for deliveries has been reduced by 24%.

Alex Rutherford  ·  29 April 2022

We can live with an endemic Covid-19, but we don’t have to

By Reginald Banks Omicron is just the latest in a long list of variants to devastate the world and is by no means necessarily the last one. First discovered in […]

Reginald Banks  ·  07 February 2022

Omicron: Boris Johnson is choosing profits over public health, again

By Dave Stockton Britain is experiencing yet another damaging outburst of coronavirus, this time the Omicron variant. Once again, leaving aside its apparent origin in South Africa, the UK is […]

Dave Stockton  ·  20 December 2021

A living wage for all

By Jeremy Dewar Workers in Britain are being hit by a triple whammy this month: inflation heading towards 5%; a £20 cut to Universal Credit, hitting the unemployed and worst […]

Jeremy Dewar  ·  10 October 2021

National Insurance hike will make workers pay for Tory health and care crisis

By Reginald Banks The Tories have fired an initial salvo at the working class in the battle over who is to pay for the pandemic. The new ‘health and social […]

Reginald Banks  ·  09 October 2021

Fire and rehire signals a growing bosses’ offensive

Even more employers will use this tactic to attack terms and conditions.

Andy Yorke  ·  27 April 2021

The pandemic is dragging working-class women back to 2017

The pay gap is widening.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  12 March 2021

Serco pays dividends with taxpayer money

£17m paid to shareholders.

Millie Collins  ·  11 March 2021

Student rent strike is largest since 1973, and it’s spreading

Students at 55 UK universities are on rent strike.

Joe Crathorne  ·  11 March 2021

International Women’s Day, 2021

The pandemic has exposed in the starkest terms how capitalism oppresses and exploits women.

Workers Power  ·  06 March 2021

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