London: SOAS students occupy management offices in support of worker strikes and to demand free and liberated education
February 25th: Today marks the third day of student occupation of SOAS university management offices in solidarity with worker strikes and to demand free and liberated education.
February 19th: As part of the strikes currently taking place at SOAS university and across the UK, Justice for Workers (J4W) will hold a rally for the cleaning team on Monday 21st at 12-1pm at the SOAS steps.
Migrant cleaners at London Bridge Hospital whistleblow on Covid safety violations and launch campaign against HCA Healthcare
February 15th: Outsourced migrant workers from the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) who clean at London Bridge Hospital launched a campaign for fair pay and equality yesterday.
Glasgow foster carers to demonstrate outside Town Hall as IWGB reveals council spends 2.4x more on privatised foster care
February 9th: Glasgow foster carers from the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) will demonstrate in George Square on Friday 11 February at 11am over Glasgow City Council’s failure to negotiate over its 10-year freeze on child allowances for children in foster care.
February 8th: After a five day Trial and 5 hours of jury deliberation Jasmine was found guilty of simple arson (which she was not charged with-see below).
Between Brock and a Hard Place: Campers stage intervention to save badger setts from destruction in Brighton stand-off
February 3rd: A month ago, just after New Year, a group of youth climate activists took land on Coldean Lane in Brighton.
February 1st: A dedication to the families of John “Jackie” Duddy, Michael Kelly, Hugh Gilmour, William Nash, John Young, Michael McDaid, Kevin McElhinney, James “Jim” Wray, William McKinney, Gerard “Gerry McKinney”, Gerard “Gerry” Donaghy, Patrick Doherty, Bernard “Barney” McGuigan & John Johnston.
January 31st: Yesterday, striking food delivery couriers, employed by the JustEat subcontractor Stuart Delivery, demonstrated outside of the Sheffield Archer Road McDonald’s.
January 31st: An association representing 650 local residents have declared their support for the Grey's Inn Road occupation of a former St.