On Wednesday, it was Workers’ Memorial Day. Today, it is International Workers’ Day. This year, we are particularly aware of the sacrifices keyworkers are making. Thousands held a minute’s silence to remember those who have died because of COVID-19. It is right to remember the dead – but a minute’s silence, and a clap on
Over the last fortnight I have gone down a High Speed 2 research wormhole, sparked by the thought that I hadn’t heard much about what was going on lately with this bloated project.
The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) has claimed victory over CitySprint, having dragged the company back to an employment tribunal for a third time to establish worker status and basic employment rights for five of its members who work for the company.
Saturday saw the public debut of a new attempt to “unite the right”.
Taking a deep dive into Mary Trump’s recent work on the political psychopathology of her US President uncle.
Yesterday saw the Afrikan Emancipation Day Reparations March held in Brixton, London.