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Striking Workers Are Bringing Back 1970s 'Mindfuck' Tactics

Trade unions are looking to the past for inspiration in how to mess with their exploitative employers.
Callum Cant
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Post Workers Are Dodging Anti-Strike Laws to Fight Sackings

Royal Mail workers are creating a wave of unofficial strike action.
Callum Cant
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Workers on Strike Can Learn from the Staff of a South London Pub

The Ivy House's progressive business model doesn't mean problems with staff have completely disappeared.
Francisco Garcia

The Living Wage Doesn't Work: So What Now?

The government's so-called living wage is keeping people in poverty.
Tom Whyman
workers rights

Revealed: Ambulances Were Called to Amazon Warehouses 600 Times in Three Years

New data obtained by VICE shows the shocking frequency of emergency medical calls made by Amazon workers.
Mark Wilding
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The University of London Is Leaving Its Outsourced Workers in Limbo

They issued a statement about improving workers' rights, but it has already been slammed as vague by a trade union.
Simon Childs

Meeting the McStrikers at McDonald's First Ever UK Strike

Workers in Crayford and Cambridge are fighting for improved pay and working conditions.
Ellie Mae O'Hagan
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McDonald's Workers Are Set to Strike for the First Time in UK History

Union says members have been left with no alternative after the company drastically cut employee hours and workers made allegations of bullying.
Ellie Mae O'Hagan
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The Secret Exploitation at the Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh's festival workers are fighting for their rights.
Eve Livingston
Oh Snap

The British Dream: Mayday Mayday

In this week's politics podcast we talk to some pissed off shelf stackers and ask if election campaigning actually matters.
Simon Childs
Tory Bastards

Could the Government Ban Strikes?

It's not just a lefty conspiracy – there's a real chance the government will try to break the rail unions
Conrad Landin

Is Getting Rid of Your Boss the Future of Work?

European workers are fighting to take back the jobs they lost in an innovative new way.
Liam Barrington-Bush