Following Boris Johnson’s burbling mess of an address yesterday there’s been a renewed interest in health and safety legislation, our right to stay away from dangerous working environments, and the importance of joining a union. All good stuff, but as any trade union activist will tell you, a law is not always much protection without collective power.
Jamie O’Brien tells his story of growing up surrounded by industry and injury in the Welsh steel town of Port Talbot… November 8 2001. My grandfather had just brought me home from rugby training. Walking into the living room and seeing my mother’s parents there. The grave looks. Before a word is uttered it’s very clear
Several new guides to help activists be safer, more effective (and just know your stuff) have been released recently, so below is a brief roundup: Squatting (Britain) The Advisory Service for Squatters’ new handbook, brought out over the weekend, which is the first new release since the government made squatting empty residential buildings illegal. The