wildcat strikes

BA sack second solidarity striker

British Airways has sacked a second worker for taking part in the wildcat strike which paralysed the airline's Heathrow operations last summer.

Postal workers on wildcat strike in Devon

Postal workers in Torquay walked out today over Christmas leave, with over 140 staff on wildcat strike for several hours.

Gate Gourmet dispute costs BA £35-£45m

British Airways has estimated that this summer's Gate Gourmet staff dispute cost it between £35m and £45m.

BA acts against three workers for Gate Gourmet solidarity

British Airways has started disciplinary proceedings against three shop stewards following August's unofficial strike at Heathrow Airport.

Summary of the book "Autonomous Class Struggle in Great Britain" by Cajo Brendel (Cajo Brendel)

Cajo Brendel outlines his book on history of the class struggle in Great Britain in the three decades after World War II.

The Working Class and Social Change - Martin Glaberman

Glaberman discusses different notions of class consciousness, based partly on his experiences as both a factory worker and, later, an academic.

Black cats, white cats, wildcats: Auto workers in Detroit, 1969

Introductory article and account of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers and its activity in Detroit in the 1960s and 70s by Martin Glaberman.

Wildcats in the Appalachian coal fields - William Cleaver

William Cleaver on the often unofficial strikes of miners in the mid to late 20th century.

700 workers end Devon mail wildcat strike

An unofficial strike by Royal Mail staff in Exeter has come to an end. Workers had struck against plans to use casual labour.