The Workers Party of Britain congratulates the rail workers, bin men, dinner ladies and janitors who have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action during the COP26 climate crisis talks in Glasgow, and calls on bosses to stop dragging their feet over long standing grievances over pay and conditions. Confronted by the obduracy of management, these workersContinue reading “Victory to the Glasgow strikers!”
The Saturday of the 2nd of October saw a cold, wet and blistering evening but in spite of this, the Brighton Branch of the Workers Party of Britain held a successful public meeting for the Free Parking for NHS Workers campaign. The Brighton Branch undertook a great deal of canvassing, leafleting and surveying of theContinue reading “First Public Meeting of the WPB Brighton Branch held in Portslade”
The following article was written by WPB member Liam Stowell for Nursing Times, and is reproduced here with thanks. The current narrative around children’s mental health is one of crisis. There is news story after news story about services being at breaking point. During the past 18 months we have been told there is aContinue reading “Why are children’s mental health services in crisis?”
The Workers Party of Britain celebrates the refusal of Tesco lorry drivers and warehouse staff to accept an insulting below-inflation pay offer from management. The workers so far taking this stand are based at four Tesco distribution centres: Belfast, Didcot, Doncaster and Thurrock. Tesco, which last year made a profit of over £3 billion, isContinue reading “Tesco workers dig in their heels”
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