July 10th: Earlier this week, a group of activists organised a protest in front of the Canadian embassy in London to show their solidarity with indigenous struggles.
June 30th: Earlier this week, Uber announced to drivers that their longest-serving drivers would see the service charge that they take from their pay increase from 20% to 25%.
June 25th: A dozen activists, several linked to Extinction Rebellion, have been detained today after a series of raids across London, including against an art collective which had been painting banners ready for protests planned for tomorrow.
App Drivers & Couriers Union launches legal action against Bolt for worker rights in wake of strike and protest action
June 23rd: In what has been the biggest gig economy worker protest action since the pandemic, yesterday hundreds of private hire drivers assembled at Bolt’s West London offices to demand their worker rights.
June 22nd: Rank and file construction workers have launched a picket at the site of a new Amazon facility after a mass sacking.
June 19th: A recent wildcat action among workers building an Amazon fulfilment centre in Gateshead was successful at stopping a de-skilling attempt.
June 17th: During the G7 summit last weekend, officers from Devon & Cornwall Police arrested 29 members of the animal rights and climate emergency group Animal Rebellion, in what looked like the deliberate targeting of anyone associated with them for harassment, searches, and arrests.
June 12th: Yesterday in London around 30 anarchists took to the streets of North London to march in solidarity with all anarchist prisoners.
12 years on: SOAS Justice for Workers commemorates 9 cleaning staff targeted in on-campus immigration raid
June 9th: Every year, 12th June is commemorated by Justice for Workers (J4W) – a campaign started in 2006 by majority Latin American cleaning staff at School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS) to fight for the fair working conditions of all workers at the university.