The Workers Party of Britain condemns the plan by luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin to make over 200 workers redundant at its St Athans plant.
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Cammell Laird: no to lay-offs, no to casualisation!
The Workers Party of Britain condemns Cammell Laird’s plans to make shipyard workers redundant and further casualise the workforce at Birkenhead.
Tomahawk: Stop scalping workers’ pay!
The Workers Party of Britain denounces the Tomahawk Steakhouse restaurant chain for trying to force its furloughed staff to lend the company 10% of their pay as an interest-free loan!
Stop deskilling at Hinkley Point!
The Workers Party of Britain denounces renewed plans to sneak in deskilling at Hinkley Point in Bridgewater, undermining the professional status of electricians.
Support the London bus strikes!
The Workers Party of Britain denounces London bus companies for using the smokescreen of the pandemic to cut drivers’ wages and supports the ongoing strike campaign.
Justice for Dundee’s cleaners, carers and kitchen staff!
The Workers Party of Britain deplores the second-class treatment accorded to Dundee’s care workers, cleaners and catering staff, and welcomes the move by the GMB union to issue a collective grievance against the city council.
Paul Burrows in Helensburgh: Support Coulport and Faslane workers against more Clyde privatisation
Workers Party of Britain electoral candidate for Helensburgh, Paul Burrows, says local people support workers at Coulport and Faslane who are likely to take strike action in March.
Support the DVLA strike movement!
The Workers Party of Britain deplores the continuing imposition of unsafe work conditions at the DVLA offices in Swansea and welcomes the overwhelming endorsement of strike action to bring seniorContinue reading “Support the DVLA strike movement!”
Workers Party will stand in Helensburgh
We are delighted to announce that Paul Burrows will be the first official Workers Party candidate in a British electoral contest.
Fire and Rehire: Go North West
The Workers Party of Britain strongly condemns the practice of fire and rehire, which has raised its ugly head again, this time in Manchester.