Strikes and industrial action

Industrial bulletin: Step up the action to smash the pay cap

Industrial bulletin for 1 February 2023

Workers Power  ·  01 February 2023

Industrial bulletin: All out on 1 February

Industrial bulletin for 18 January 2023

Workers Power  ·  18 January 2023

Health bulletin: Victory to the nurses – defend the NHS

Health bulletin for 14 December 2022

Workers Power  ·  14 December 2022

Royal Mail bulletin: All out on 9 December

Royal Mail bulletin for 9 December 2022

Workers Power  ·  09 December 2022

Universities bulletin: Democratic control and escalation

Universities bulletin for 30 November 2022

Workers Power  ·  30 November 2022

Postal strike at the crossroads — fight for workers’ control

Drip-feeding strikes hasn't shaken the bosses. It's time to organise for escalated action and against a compromise.

KD Tait  ·  18 November 2022

Royal Mail bulletin: Postal bosses go nuclear

Royal Mail bulletin for 1 November 2022

Workers Power  ·  01 November 2022

Royal Mail bulletin: Break the bosses before they break us

Royal Mail bulletin for 20 October 2022

Workers Power  ·  20 October 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, a striking barrister from Manchester, to discuss why the strike matters, the problems in the criminal justice system, and the impact of these issues on […]

Alex Rutherford  ·  18 August 2022

Rail bulletin: Solidarity with the rail strikes

Rail bulletin for 30 July 2022

Workers Power  ·  30 July 2022

Royal Mail bulletin: Coordinate and escalate the action

Industrial bulletin for 29 July 2022

Workers Power  ·  29 July 2022

Political bulletin: Time to escalate and coordinate

Political bulletin for 27 July 2022

Workers Power  ·  27 July 2022

Rail workers — escalate to win

By KD Tait THE RAILWAY NETWORK was brought to a standstill as 40,000 rail workers walked out in the first national strike for 30 years. The RMT union is taking action over a 3% pay offer and threats to jobs, pensions, working conditions and the safety of the railways. They were joined in London by […]

KD Tait  ·  22 June 2022

Rail bulletin: Escalate to win

Rail bulletin for 22 June 2022

Workers Power  ·  22 June 2022

Leeds University workers launch week-long pay strike

By Rebecca Anderson A hundred Unison members picketed Leeds University this morning, an impressive turnout to kick off their week of strike action. Libraries were closed and campus was encircled by a young, angry workforce demanding the university increase its pay offer to meet the spiralling cost of living. Earlier this year, Unison members at […]

Rebecca Anderson  ·  20 June 2022

Refuse workers, leadership, and the rank-and-file

Despite all the start-and-stop action, setbacks and limited victories, it is doubtless the case that there is a growing militant mood amongst refuse workers, which Sharon Graham’s new leadership and its organising drive on the bins has built on.

Unite and Fight Bulletin  ·  03 June 2022

Wildcatting Welwyn workers win!

Refuse workers employed by Urbaser at Welwyn Garden City have shown the way to deal with bullying bosses.

Unite and Fight Bulletin  ·  03 June 2022

Bin struggle spreads to other unions

Unite’s organising drive across the industry is spilling over into other unions, inspiring refuse workers in the GMB in particular to join the struggle.

Unite and Fight Bulletin  ·  03 June 2022

Coventry bin workers keep up the fight

HGV drivers striking against Coventry City Council since 31 January remain determined as ever, while the city’s Labour councillors continue strike-breaking tactics.

Unite and Fight Bulletin  ·  03 June 2022

Political bulletin: Solidarity with the rail strikes!

Political bulletin for 1 June 2022

Workers Power  ·  01 June 2022

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

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