Every worker should back the DHL workers based in Portal Way, Liverpool.
Once again, the pandemic is ramming home the lesson that capitalism kills. Workers need socialism!
The Workers Party of Britain deplores the failure of outsourcing giant Kingdom Services Group to pay its security guards at the Royal Berkshire hospital a decent wage, and warmly commends the unanimous decision by the 23 Unite members affected to stage a second wave of strikes in January and February.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns Securitas for using the pandemic as a cynical excuse to merge emergency first responders at Airbus Filton with the general security team, a move which would both prejudice safety on the site and worsen the conditions of employment for this vital contingent of workers.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns Sainsbury’s decision to pay huge dividends to shareholders whilst dumping regular workers onto the dole in the midst of a pandemic.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns the decision by flat-pack retail giant Ikea to renege on its commitment to pay its workers the living wage.
On Friday afternoon at 2.00pm, key workers from the GMB union in Glasgow took part in an After the Applause demonstration, and the Workers Party of Britain were there in support.
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.