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.
Heartened by the recent gains by striking binmen in Bexley, including better pay, improvements in health and safety, full sick pay and the reinstatement of victimised workers, refuse and cleansing workers in Merton are pressing on with their own struggle for decent pay and conditions.
The Workers Party of Britain is proudly supporting NHS workers across the country. They are organising protests up and down the country on Saturday 8 August demanding a 15 percent pay increase, to be paid from 1 December 2020, in order to start recovering a decade of lost wages.
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 denounces the failure of outsourcing giant Serco to deliver on its promise to pay Bexley’s binmen sick pay for covid-related absences.
Worker Adam Lord was sacked by JD Sports after he leaked photographs to the Manchester Evening News that clearly showed that the company had failed to ensure social distancing was in place during the lockdown.
Having sacked 2,000 cleaners, Tesco now expects its other staff to take up the burden of extra cleaning duties as a result of the pandemic.
The Workers Party of Britain (Birmingham branch) will support any industrial or campaigning action that museum staff threatened by redundancy may choose to take.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces Tower Hamlets Labour council for its attempt to sack all 4,000 of its workers and rehire only those who are prepared to accept a vastly inferior contract, laughably dubbed ‘Tower Rewards’.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces Goldstar Transport for using the current health emergency as a pretext for closing down its depot at Woolpit, Suffolk, and attacking the terms and conditions of its drivers.