We continue our discussion of the lessons of the Grangemouth defeat.
Outsourced cleaning, catering, and security workers at the University of London will strike on 27 and 28 November.
Outsourced cleaning, catering, and security workers at the University of London are balloting for strikes in their long-running campaign to win sick pay, holiday, and pension equality with their directly-employed colleagues.
On Tuesday 5 November, cleaning, catering and security workers at the University of London begin balloting for strikes.
The Alliance for Workers’ Liberty (AWL) met for our annual conference on 26-27 October at the University of London Union. The purpose of the AGM is to review our activity over the previous year, debate and decide policy, agree our political priorities, and elect our National Committee.
Members of the BECTU union working at Curzon cinemas (mainly based in London) are continuing a campaign, involving leafleting, demonstrations, and an online petition, to win the London Living Wage and
On 12 October members of the Nepali community in London and British labour movement and migrants' rights activists protested outside the Qatari embassy to protest against the treatment of migrant workers in Qatar.
Since 2012, Workers’ Liberty members have been involved in supporting outsourced workers at the University of London in their fight for sick pay, holiday entitlement, and pension equality with their directly-employed colleagues.
In America, fast food workers employed by chains like McDonalds, Burger King, and Pizza Hut have struck back against low pay and bullying managers.