The Workers Party of Britain deplores the pressure on Job Centre staff to return to work on unsafe sites and with unsafe working practices. As the lockdown eases, the number of face-to-face interviews Job Centre workers are expected to carry out keeps going up, outpacing the ability of staff to work safely. Workers report individualContinue reading “Job Centre workers challenge management over safety issues”
The Workers Party of Britain salutes the decision by 4,000 Metroline bus drivers to conduct rolling strikes across London unless bosses once and for all abandon the so called “remote sign on” method of working. Metroline, which operates services in the north and west of the city, wants to boost its profits by changing theContinue reading “Victory to the Metroline strikers!”
The Workers Party of Britain denounces outsourcing giant Serco for endangering the health and welfare of tug crews at Devonport naval base, and salutes the decision of workers to take further strike action over management’s high-handed actions. The tug crews are responsible for pulling warships and subs in and out of harbour, a task whichContinue reading “Victory to the Devonport strikers!”
The Workers Party of Britain denounces global logistics outfit XPO for sponging off public funds whilst racking up record profits, cutting furloughed workers’ pay by 20 percent and handing out glittering prizes to company directors. Once more giving the lie to the mantra that “we’re all in it together”, the company is merrily dishing outContinue reading “TU Group Statement: XPO parasites sponge off the public purse “
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