'The crisis in working class representation' conference report

A report by on the recent conference called by the RMT on the 'Crisis in Working Class Representation'.

Interview with an ex-sex text worker

In the wake of the first unfair dismissal case for a sex worker, interviews another sex worker about the industry, the work, and the possibilities for struggle

London: Warden walk out threat

A walkout by Hackney's 70 traffic wardens has moved a step closer after they agreed to ballot for strike action in a dispute over pay and late-night working.

1.5 million may strike over pensions

Workers in nine different unions are to be balloted for strike action over Whitehall plans to alter the local government pensions scheme.

Council workers may strike over Westminster-Dingwall move

Westminster Council workers threaten strike after being told they must move to the north of Scotland or face redundancy

Civil service jobs 'to go overseas'

Thousands of civil service jobs could be moved to call centres overseas in a bid to save the government £1 billion, a union is claiming.

Bristol pool occupied

A group of protesters have occupied the site of the former Bristol North swimming bath on Gloucester Road.

British nazi leader hospitalised

Eddy Morrison, leader of the fascist British People's Party was attacked and hospitalised today in Leeds as local people opposed to race hatred disrupted a meeting of the group.

Bees United - supporters take over

Bees United, the Brentford Supporters Trust, took over struggling Brentford Football Club in a buy-out on Friday.

Incapacity benefit cuts

New Labour cut back on benefits to the disabled.