The P&O scandal follows the pattern of the sell-out of British workers. It’s sadly nothing new. The EU was subservient to transnational capital and, so far, the
Today (Sunday) is International Workers’ Day, an annual celebration of working people. May Day is unique. It’s the day in the year when we celebrate
Even the bosses’ preferred measure of inflation, the CPI, hit 7 percent recently showing the scale of the cost of living crisis. Prices are rising
A tribunal was mistaken in failing to consider the last straw doctrine when concluding there was no repudiatory breach entitling the Claimant to resign and
The TUC union federation has denounced the lack of a mechanism to enforce new minimum wages in the ferry industry. The TUC said on Thursday
The minimal increase of £3 in statutory sick pay (SSP) means the essential financial support is still set “below survival rate,” the TUC has warned.