Jamie Driscoll, Mayor of the North of Tyne has praised the RMT’s general secretary and said that Labour should not let its policy on picket lines be set by the Daily Mail.
The RMT are quite clear about their vision for the future. "We want a transport system that operates for the interests of the people, for the needs of society, and our environment - not for private profit."
Rail workers should be offered every possible support by everyone who wants to protect their pay, living standards and jobs in the cost of living crisis.
"Police brutality of the highest order and the most sustained, vicious police conduct seen in an industrial dispute" - the unmistakable relevance of Orgreave on June 18th.
"We beg divided rather than bargain together whenever the employer knows we do not have the power to stop the job and do not speak for the majority." - Martin Smith on rebuilding national bargaining.
Disgraced P&O CEO Peter Hebblethwaite has been promoted, despite overseeing 800 unlawful sackings and countless breaches of safety under his watch.
UCU confirm that 41 universities will be hit by a marking and assessment boycott in the coming months, as the fight for better conditions intensifies.
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"GSK pocketed more than £34 billion in profits last year yet expects its workforce to swallow a pay cut in the midst of a cost of living crisis... this is simply not acceptable" - Sharon Graham
“The agreement negotiated between Unite and Barts is a significant step forward. The workers have tirelessly campaigned and their solidarity has paid off. Barts has set an example which other NHS trusts should follow."