If Theresa May can’t get a deal that works for working people, then she must step aside says Tim Roache
‘Mask is slipping’, union warns, as Institute for Economics Affairs unveils “Plan A+” for bonfire of workers’ rights
Independent task and finish group set up by cross-party consensus recommends moves to bring taxi and private hire regulation into the Twenty First Century
Union backs McDonnell’s announcement that a Labour Government would put an end to water privatisation as a step forward for workers and bill payers
Thousands of women employed by Cordia Services will take industrial action over the collapse of equal pay negotiations with Glasgow City Council (GCC).
Shock new figures on dangers facing ambulance work show why new legislation desperately needed
New company accounts shows tax of just 0.02% on eye-watering revenue of almost €25 billion as Archbishop criticises company's taxation 'get away'
It’s of grave concern to GMB how she has since been treated by her employer for fighting for such cause.
GMB will not sit idly by while members are exposed to this chemical - and employers shouldn’t either
Union says it’s time to ‘take a step forward’ to ensure the rights of all workers are protected