November 16th: Protestors against prison expansion have disrupted the Kier AGM, hanging banners, chanting and releasing alarms attached to helium balloons.
November 15th: Since 2001 around 100 people have been killed by terrorists in the UK.
November 13th: Workers at six McDonald’s restaurants in South London walked out yesterday to demand £15 an hour for workers of all ages, as well as guaranteed hours and official recognition of the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers’ Union (BFAWU).
November 6th: It is with absolutely no pleasure that we report that Britain’s poundshop Duterte, Priti Patel, is well and truly at it again.
November 2nd: One day, five strikes and seven pickets — our man on the ground reports cleaners have been frightening the great and the good with demands for better pay and conditions.
November 1st: Respect to everyone who organised the antifascist demo in London last night and to everyone who turned out.
November 1st: The Bookfair 2020 organising collective announced yesterday that they have secured a venue and set a date for the next year’s event.
October 31st: The closed Red Lion pub in Reading was reopened and renamed ‘Kobanî House’ in solidarity with Rojava.
October 31st: As mentioned in a recent column and throughout Brexit, the divisions in the UK on membership of the European Union is a Conservative Party issue that the public was invited to get itself embroiled in.