Hosted by Dr Marina Prentoulis & Labour Representation Committee, University of East Anglia, Room 2.84 Arts building. Free admission. November 29th 18.30 - 21:00
With widespread public support and media attention helping to build workers’ confidence, the third and largest McStrike demonstrated that a new generation of workers are starting to realise the power they have when they get organised and take action.
The inquiry has become a battleground between the May government and the powerful cladding and building lobbies on one side – who it seems are still trying to protect business interests by stealth – and the community and firefighters on the other.
Norwegian workers face challenges in common with European comrades.
HOME CARE STAFF in Britain’s second largest city are mounting a determined stand against vicious cuts to their hours and pay by Birmingham’s Labour-controlled council.
FOR THE THIRD time in six years traffic wardens in Camden, north London, look set to mount picket lines in a battle with the borough’s parking contractor, NSL.