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Militant tactics deliver results at Hovis

A strike by 220 machine operatives and cleaners at the Hovis factory in Wigan shows that determined action backed by militant tactics and labour movement solidarity can beat the bosses.…

March on Tory Party Conference – 29 September

The illusion has been shattered. The austerity coalition – which was cobbled together by David Cameron and Nick Clegg after the election, on a set of policies never put to…

Liverpool: council workers set to strike

Unite and GMB members employed in highways, grounds and maintenance work  will stage a 24 hour strike on Friday 9 August after rejecting a below-inflation pay rise. They will strike…

Solidarity with Bridgwater Delivery Office posties

Postal workers at Bridgwater Delivery Office in Somerset are on strike against imposed “summer savings” (workload hikes) and management bullying. Royal Mail are refusing to suspend a senior manager while…

Pathology strike solid at Leeds NHS

By a Unite member Leeds Pathology staff took strike action for 24 hrs from 8.30am 16th July 2013 at three acute hospitals: Leeds General Inirmary, St James’ Hospital and Bradford…

Solidarity with Leeds Hospitals Pathology workers

Our leaflet to health workers making the case for solidarity with Pathology workers who are facing attacks on their working conditions, shift patterns and wages.…

People’s Assembly: our best chance for unity

The 22 June People’s Assembly, with its trade union backing and its 3,000 registered participants, presents the most serious – and the last – opportunity to unite the anti-cuts struggles…

Leeds health workers set for strike action

Pathology staff in one large NHS hospital trust, mainly Unite members, have voted for industrial action against the imposition of new shift patterns to replace long standing Out-of-Hours (OOH) working…

South London Anti-Fascists confront the BNP in Whitehall

This week it was the British National Party’s turn to try and cash in on Lee Rigby’s killing. But it went badly wrong for them, writes Jeremy Dewar…

Woolwich: the War on Terror on our doorstep

This is a horrific act, committed in front of ordinary civilians, women and children. We sympathise with the family of the victim and those traumatised by witnessing such appalling scenes. But…