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How To Win A Pub Strike: An Interview with Ivy House Workers

An interview with two workers at London's Ivy House pub on their strike for union recognition, fixed-hour contracts and the reinstatement of sacked workers.

The Cleaners' Triple Strike: PCS and UVW Join Forces

UVW and PCS are going to be demonstrating together on the 5th September against both the Ministry of Justice and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

United Voices' New Ambition

Whether UVW and IWGB’s militancy coheres and spreads is now one of the more pressing and increasingly practical questions not only for them, but the wider labour movement.

Macronism, and How To Fight It: A Commentary from Parti des indigènes de la République (PiR)

This commentary discusses the necessity for struggle against the labour reforms of Emmanuel Macron, acknowledging the deepening racial divisions it will exacerbate

The Challenges of Solidarity: IWGB and The Struggle Against Outsourcing

The Independent Workers of Great Britain (IWGB) union has been organising, in its words, ‘some of the most vulnerable and under-represented workers in the UK’ since August 2012.

Seizing Back the Initiative: Chris Williamson MP on Differential Progressive Council Tax

At Labour’s local government conference in February this year, Jeremy Corbyn said that ‘local authorities have always been – and continue to be – in the vanguard of innovation’.

How To Win A Pub Strike: An Interview with Ivy House Workers

An interview with two workers at London's Ivy House pub on their strike for union recognition, fixed-hour contracts and the reinstatement of sacked workers.

The Cleaners' Triple Strike: PCS and UVW Join Forces

UVW and PCS are going to be demonstrating together on the 5th September against both the Ministry of Justice and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

United Voices' New Ambition

Whether UVW and IWGB’s militancy coheres and spreads is now one of the more pressing and increasingly practical questions not only for them, but the wider labour movement.

Macronism, and How To Fight It: A Commentary from Parti des indigènes de la République (PiR)

This commentary discusses the necessity for struggle against the labour reforms of Emmanuel Macron, acknowledging the deepening racial divisions it will exacerbate

The Challenges of Solidarity: IWGB and The Struggle Against Outsourcing

The Independent Workers of Great Britain (IWGB) union has been organising, in its words, ‘some of the most vulnerable and under-represented workers in the UK’ since August 2012.

Seizing Back the Initiative: Chris Williamson MP on Differential Progressive Council Tax

At Labour’s local government conference in February this year, Jeremy Corbyn said that ‘local authorities have always been – and continue to be – in the vanguard of innovation’.