Interview with IWW UK members and Freedom, 2006

York postal workers wildcat strike to support colleague

The workers on strike - from

Royal Mail workers walked out of the firm's York depot on Friday 15 December in support of a van driver who had been suspended.

Dale Farm traveller reprieve

Hopes have been raised that Dale Farm, the largest traveller site in the UK, will gain a reprieve from eviction in the New Year.

Anarcho-syndicalism in the UK

1910: Cambrian Combine miners strike and Tonypandy riot

Tonypandy miners.

A short history of a strike by miners in South Wales in 1910 which led to a series of confrontations between workers and police, culminating in what became popularly known as the Tonypandy Riot.

TV Times 16-22 December

Appropriately enough in the run-up to Christmas the main theme this week seems to be... er...atheism with an hour long documentary on prime-time terrestrial tv and a 30 Days documentary on an atheist moving in with a Christian family... oh yes.

How the Allied multinationals supplied Nazi Germany throughout World War II

The following excerpts thoroughly document how capitalists really acted during the Second World War. Behind the patriotic propaganda that encouraged the working class to slaughter each other in the interests of competing national interests, international capital quietly kept the commodity circuits flowing and profits growing across all borders.

Occupational therapy: the incomplete story of the University College Hospital strikes and occupations of 1992-4

The story of the (ultimately unsuccessful) struggle to keep a hospital open despite the efforts of the government, the Area Health Authority, management, University College London and the Wellcome Foundation and Trust.

Calverton teachers to strike today

Teachers at a school in Calverton in Nottinghamshire will strike today over a new salary structure.

Iceland workers to strike over Christmas

365 workers at the Iceland distribution depot in North London will begin a series of one and two day strikes starting on the 8th December.