UK

Opera workers to strike

Staff at the English National Opera (ENO) have voted to strike over a pay dispute. Members of the broadcasting union Bectu voted 94% in favour of strike action.

Broadway Market cafe re-taken by residents

On Boxing Day morning, a new group of supporters of the campaign managed to enter and re-occupy Café Francesca in Broadway Market, East London.

NI: Water privatisation delayed until 2007

Government plans to implement water charges and privatise the Water Service in Northern Ireland has been put back again, this time to April 2007.

Occupied Cafe Evicted

Sheriffs and Police broke into the occupied Tony's Café on Broadway Market at 7.00am this morning, injuring one of the occupiers and have allowed property developer Dr Wratten's men to start an immediate demolition.

Brighton residents stop deportation of Iranian journalist

Brighton campaigers successfully prevented the deportation of an Iranian dissident journalist who faced torture and persecution.

New Labour goes nuclear

Just when you thought it could get no worse, New Labour goes nuclear.

Slave labour in Britain continues this Christmas

Contrary to popular belief slavery has NOT been abolished in Britain. Behind high walls and locked doors it still flourishes.

Magistrates staff strike for better pay

Thousands of workers in Magistrates courts are walking out today after refusing to accept pay devaluation, rejecting a below-inflation rise.

Strike action hits new Heathrow terminal 5 site

Nearly 1,000 workers building a £4. 2bn terminal at Heathrow airport went on a 24-hour strike today (16 Dec ).

Strike action hits new Heathrow terminal 5 site

Nearly 1,000 workers building a £4. 2bn terminal at Heathrow airport went on a 24-hour strike today.