strike

3.8.19

How Women-Run Free Cafes Helped Sustain the 1984 UK Miners’ Strike

“You have to remember that there were children starving. We knew Thatcher was trying to break us, so we had to galvanise as a community.”

3.6.19

Why British Sex Workers Are Striking This Friday

We spoke to sex worker Sage Woodford about what they're hoping to achieve.

10.5.18

We Spoke to the Food Delivery Drivers Striking Outside Uber HQ

“I hope they understand what we do is a really hard job, so they have to pay us good money. It's not an easy job.”

2.22.18

All The News You Need To Know This Morning

Read it all here so you don't have to open Twitter.

9.4.17

Meeting the McStrikers at McDonald's First Ever UK Strike

Workers in Crayford and Cambridge are fighting for improved pay and working conditions.

5.9.17

Israel Claims a Palestinian Hunger Strike Leader Secretly Ate Cookies

A video of the alleged snacking comes only a few weeks after members of Israel's far right taunted prisoners with a barbecue cookout.

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4.13.17

Immigrant Detainees Are Staging a Hunger Strike in Washington

The detainees, many of them facing deportation, claim that the food at Northwest Detention Center is meager and nearly inedible.

3.10.17

Your Full Attention for the Demonstration: Inside the British Airways Strike

Many cabin crew are in debt and forced to work second jobs.

2.19.17

Talking to New Yorkers Who Went on Strike to Protest Trump

"I'm just really sad for the country and I want to register my dissent wherever possible."

2.17.17

The VICE UK Morning News Bulletin

Tony Blair returns, Donald Trump blusters, Robert De Niro disappoints, and much more.

2.16.17

DC Restaurants Are About to Experience What a Day Without Immigrants Feels Like

The strikes call on Latinos and immigrants to stay home from work in protest of President Trump’s increasingly polarising stance on immigrants.

1.17.17

A Real Team Effort: When Football Squads Go on Strike

An individual footballer going on strike is not unusual, but it has become less common for whole teams to do so. Nevertheless, today’s players owe much of their wealth and freedom to the collective action of their forerunners.

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