CWU tells employer to actually address members’ concerns
Tuesday 10th Oct 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Skills shortage conference hears workers in the sector 3.7 times more likely to kill themselves
Friday 6th Oct 2017
October 19 will see 48 hours' strike action for pensions justice
Thursday 5th Oct 2017
YET another rail privateer will face crippling strikes over driver-only trains, the RMT union announced yesterday.
Guards on South Western Railway, which runs services from London Waterloo to Surrey, Hampshire and Dorset, overwhelmingly backed strike action.
The ballot result...
A HEADTEACHER faced criticism yesterday after he suggested that teaching assistants could be replaced by robots.
At the annual gathering of the exclusive Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) in Belfast, Mark Steed predicted that the use of robots in the...
Dennis Skinner and Jeremy Corbyn among labour movement leaders paying tribute to a 'first class trade union leader'
Tuesday 3rd Oct 2017
Theresa May has been accused of “sabotaging” talks that had raised hopes of an end to a major dispute on Britain’s railways — as guards strike on four major networks today.
Workers on Southern, Greater Anglia, Northern and Merseyrail are taking industrial action...
Government urged to find new employment for 2,100 after airline goes bust
A train guard won praise yesterday for defusing a “potentially dangerous” incident on a train — but his union fears he could face the sack.
Passengers on a packed commuter train near London’s Waterloo station looked on aghast as a religious bigot performed a...
RMT opens new front in the fight against unsafe transport
Wednesday 13th Sep 2017