The Workers Party of Britain denounces the threat by aerospace giant Rolls Royce to halt production of its Trent Engine blades at its BarnoldswIck plant in Lancashire, robbing 350 workers of their jobs and dealing another sickening blow to Britain’s fast eroding manufacturing base.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns plans to close the Dickies Workwear site in Midsomer Norton, Somerset, making 280 workers redundant.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces plans by Britain’s biggest bus and coach builder to wipe out 650 jobs at its sites in Guildford, Falkirk and Scarborough, with the complete closure of the Guildford works.
The Workers Party of Britain supports GMB Scotland’s campaign calling for a £2 an hour increase in the basic rate of pay for ALL key workers.
The Workers Party of Britain deplores plans by bus maker Alexander Dennis (ADL) to lay off as many as 650 of its 2,500 British workers in Guildford, Scarborough and Falkirk as part of a profit-driven restructuring exercise by Canadian parent company NFI Group.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces Nissan’s plan to lay off 248 workers from its Sunderland plant and supports the struggle of the remaining workforce to defend their rights to a decent pension and a dignified retirement.
The Workers Party of Britain and our members in the north west and the Midlands are ready to support workers and unions who fight any of the cuts planned at Castle Bromwich, Solihull, Ellesmere Port and Halewood.
The Workers Party of Britain believes that Bentley, the luxury car manufacturer based in Crewe, should cancel its attempts to chase 1,000 workers out the door. Bentley has written toContinue reading “Workers Party of Britain calls for Bentley to save all jobs”
The Workers Party of Britain is utterly opposed to the scheming of Rolls Royce, which, having secured government cash to put over 4,000 of its British employees on furlough, now plansContinue reading “Workers Party of Britain stands with Rolls Royce workers”