Caterers form the first ever Bangladeshi workers union in the UK, to tackle poor working conditions
The Education Secretary condemns "industrial strife" -- but a photograph shows him on a picket line
Raising pension contributions is a hardship tax on public sector workers to pay down the deficit.
The 30 November strike could be a huge own goal unless unions ensure they appeal to as many workers
Unite general secretary Len McCluskey, the leader of Britain’s biggest union, has no time for defeat
By boosting pay, and reducing the gap between rich and poor, trade unions can help build fairer econ
There’s no chance of a schism, writes Peter Hain, but Labour
and the unions still have to rethink
The trade unions accounted for 86 per cent of all donations to the party in the second quarter of th
A sneak preview of my interview with the Public and Commercial Services Union leader in this week's
It is vital that trade unions take a more active role in defining the anti-cuts movement.