We have a climate crisis: extreme weather events are already destroying jobs and livelihoods. Workers are on the frontline of climate change. We have just 11 years to stabilise the planet at a 1.5 degree temperature rise. Click here to…
Care homes across two boroughs are not meeting fire safety standards. The London Fire Brigade conducted an audit after the Grenfell Tower tragedy and found a total of 34 care homes in Waltham Forest and 20 care homes in Redbridge…
UNISON-sponsored awards for health and care support workers are being held for the fourth time. Click here to read more.
Eight groups take legal action to make Amec Foster Wheeler pay part of compensation. Click here to read more.
Waltham Forest Council still has tens of millions of pounds invested in fossil fuel companies – including BP and Shell – two-and-a-half years after pledging to divest its pension fund. Click here to read more.
The decision follows hundreds of protesters marching on the town hall last week. Click here to read more.
The Trussell Trust distributed a record 1.6 million emergency food parcels in the past year, amid renewed calls for government to end the five-week wait for Universal Credit. Click here to read more.
The Workers Memorial Day Ceremony took place on Friday 26th April 12pm at the Assembly Hall. Those who attended were asked to wear something purple in respect for those lives lost at work. The Mayor laid a wreath.
Trade unionists, campaigners and supporters gathered on Sunday 28th April in Abbot’s Park, Leyton to mark Workers’ Memorial Day by remembering the dead and committing to fight for the living, they also celebrated May Day. John Cryer MP was there…
More than 300 people protested outside Waltham Forest town hall last night, calling for the declaration of a climate emergency. Click here to read more.