GMB Union have announced an additional 4 days of strike action, following 12 days in a protest against British Gas ‘fire and rehire’ policies.
Last week’s election in Belarus has led to around 70,000 people protesting, as Alexander Lukashenko, who has been in power for 26 years, claimed to have won 80% of the vote. Workers have begun striking to put pressure on bosses to denounce Lukashenko
Strikes Add to Pressure in Belarus After Dubious Election
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a wise man if ever there was one, described hope as “being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness”. Where do I see hope in our global Pandemic? In the struggles of people who are realising their own power to shape their lives and the society around them. In the […]
The Silverburn Suffragettes, and other sources of hope
“Profiteering is making the market more fragile, and exposing the profound weaknesses that have been bred into the economy by recent trends.”