Trade unions

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 […]

KD Tait  ·  22 June 2022

Marxism and the Trade Unions

What are they for?

Jeremy Dewar  ·  31 May 2022

May 1937: When Spanish workers rose up to defend their revolution

In the first week of May, 85 years ago, the tragic end to the Spanish revolution played out on the streets of Barcelona.

Chris Clough  ·  30 April 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

We need to rejuvenate the labour movement

We must orient towards workplaces that are being offered real pay cuts at a time of rising inflation.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  27 April 2022

Cost of living: We need industrial and social resistance

We face the worst cost of living crisis in living memory.

Urte March  ·  13 April 2022

Unite investigates scab officials

The only way to ensure that union officials will never again sell out their own members to the bosses and the state is to democratise our unions.

Tim Nailsea  ·  07 February 2022

Beyond start and stop strikes

The strategy has won victories, but there are limitations.

Unite and Fight Bulletin  ·  17 January 2022

Labour shortages result of attacks on migrant workers

By Dave Stockton THE CONFEDERATION of British Industries (CBI), representing 190,000 companies, warned on 18 October that ‘acute’ labour shortages will spread across more and more industries, from construction and […]

Dave Stockton  ·  25 October 2021

Workers Expected to Pay for Worst Economic Crisis since 2008

By Tim Nailsea BRITAIN’S ECONOMIC growth has almost stalled because of shortages of labour in parts of industry and of material inputs, due to disruptions in the supply chain, coupled […]

Tim Nailsea  ·  25 October 2021

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