The Workers Party welcomes the emergence of every campaign which genuinely seeks to stand up for working class interests. The five demands of Enough is Enough mirror closely those commitmentsContinue reading “Enough is Enough – Break the Link with Labour!”
Workers Party member Dr Phil Bevin argues we shouldn’t be putting our trust in the Don’t Pay UK campaign – and he’s certainly got a story to tell. It’s aContinue reading “Members Voice: Don’t Pay UK smeared me as an anti-semite!”
In a matter of days, Arriva bus drivers in the North West will take to the picket line in the second time in less than five years.
More than 260 million people could be plunged into extreme poverty this year because of skyrocketing inflation while hundreds have become billionaires whose cumulative wealth rose 30 percent, according toContinue reading “Billionaire bonanza”
A Telford based charity featured in a BBC piece this week that highlighted the increasing level of “in work poverty”. As prices rise and wages stagnate, many are unable to afford the basics for themselves and their families.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s plans for the government to keep on milking the mineworkers’ pension fund, in spite of the recommendation in April by aContinue reading “Stop the theft of miners’ pensions!”
The Workers Party of Britain deplores the failure of Norwich city council to deliver on its promise to harmonise outsourced employees with the terms and conditions of workers directly employed by the council.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces plans by Bristol city bosses to outsource nearly 200 security and cleaning jobs currently run in-house.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces the ‘fire and rehire’ stunt being pulled by Go North West and salutes the example being set by the striking Manchester bus drivers.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns Cammell Laird’s plans to make shipyard workers redundant and further casualise the workforce at Birkenhead.