Monthly Archives: July 2019
Hear about the fresh attack on local government pensions? Click here to read more.
Council staff have paid a heavy price during the years of austerity. Click here to read more.
The south of the borough is earmarked for significant housing growth. Click here to read more.
Fire at The Mall, Walthamstow: Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust offers help to workers affected......
A children’s charity has offered its support to shop staff left unable to work after a fire at a shopping centre. Click here to read more.
There now must be a general election. Click here to read more.
Unions call for more action as 1 in 5 schools found not to be managing asbestos ‘in line’ with government guidance. Click here to read more.
n a speech in London, John McDonnell promised to tackle the issue with a “structurally different economy”, “public services free at the point of use” and a “strong social safety net”. Click here to read more.
Nominations close at midnight on Friday 19 July. Click here to read more.
The conference aim is to increase awareness of the impact of political policing on the trade unions and progressive movements since 1968. Click here to read more.