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At this week’s TUC conference, Sharon Graham and other union leaders reflected the split in the left over net zero.
At the TUC conference in Liverpool, the gap between what the unions want and what Labour is offering is glaring.
Angela Rayner’s lead on workers’ rights is keeping organised labour behind the party – for now.
Doesn’t he know we unionise precisely because of the dire conditions he created for schools?
A shocking report into the TSSA exposes the misogyny and harassment endured by women in the labour movement.
The leader of the RMT union seemed rattled on the Today programme this morning.
The RMT general secretary on the case for strikes, the war in Ukraine and why he backed Brexit.
The shadow health secretary is trying to find a middle ground on the NHS.
If a bakery doesn’t have to bake a gay cake, why can’t PayPal withhold its services from someone spreading vaccine…
The leader of one of the most powerful trade unions has urged the party to abandon “bourgeois environmentalism”.
Interventions by Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden helped avert strike action, and an economic crisis.
The sacked shadow transport minister warns that the Labour leadership is making “catastrophic errors” by “creating a punch-up with our…
They have contributed 58 per cent of the party’s donations and loans so far this year.
By calmly exposing the absurdities of TV interviewers, the RMT general secretary has won the public over.
The Labour leader’s decision to fire the shadow transport minister for joining a rail picket line has enraged trade unions…
Brands that sanitise their image with New Age jargon have been getting away with hypocrisy for too long.
Taking a firm stance on Ukraine at the G7 summit won’t save the Prime Minister from mounting difficulties at home.
London Underground staff are out on strike. It is perhaps fitting, in the week when the Blitz began in the…