November 16th: Protestors against prison expansion have disrupted the Kier AGM, hanging banners, chanting and releasing alarms attached to helium balloons.
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 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: 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 30th: The openly racist and divisive rhetoric of Boris Johnson has emboldened the far right.
October 26th: The father of slain British YPJ combatant, Anna Campbell, is preparing to take legal action against the Turkish state in order to ensure the safe return of his daughter’s body.
October 25th: The Bakers Food and Allied Workers’ Union (BFAWU) has today notified 6 London McDonald’s stores that its members will go on strike on 12 November as part of an international day of action for fast-food workers’ rights.
October 24th: Activists from the environmental and social justice group Reclaim the Power are occupying the roofs of Immigration Enforcement vehicles and stopping them from leaving the Home Office building in Portishead.