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Red Funnel workers in dispute

15 August 2022

Ferry Workers on Red Funnel Isle of Wight routes are fighting for better pay with a series strikes throughout August.

Barristers walk out over legal aid pay

29 June 2022

Hundreds of criminal barristers began a series of strikes on 27 June over unacceptable pay rates for legal aid cases. The action has already led to eight out of ten crown court hearings being postponed.

Airport delays – the real reasons

14 June 2022

Airline travellers have suffered several months of cancellations and long delays at airports, which look set to continue. This is a crisis of the industry's making.

Tube disputes escalate

9 June 2022

The tube in London was shut down on 6 June by ongoing disputes with tube workers. Station and revenue control staff were on strike against job cuts and attacks on their pensions.

Strike ballot at Richmond college

2 May 2022

Lecturers at Richmond upon Thames College are balloting over strike action over the employer’s plan to fire them all and offer re-engagment on worse terms.

P&O – ferry workers rally to the fight

21 April 2022

Trade unions representing workers sacked by P&O Ferries continue their fight the sackings with a series of rallies at ports around the country and outside the offices of P&O’s Dubai-owned parent company.

Industrial action at the Bar [updated]

28 March 2022

Barristers began industrial action on 11 April over criminal legal aid fees after the government has delayed implementing the recommendations of an independent review.

P&O Ferries: stand and fight is the only option

19 March 2022

P&O Ferries sacked 800 British crew from its ferries on Wednesday 17 March. The response from workers was immediate and clear. Demonstrations are happening around British ports. Unions are taking the fight to the company.

RMT fights government assault on London Transport

5 March 2022

With staff facing the prospect of job cuts along with a degraded pension provision as part of a wider attack on working conditions, over 10,000 RMT London Underground members in all grades took strike action on 1 and 3 March.

University employers reject UCU pension proposals

28 February 2022

Universities have rejected out of hand union proposals to secure the future of their pension scheme. This has angered the union and raises the stakes in the ongoing wider dispute about university pay and conditions.

UCU steps up pensions and pay action

16 February 2022

Staff at 44 universities are on strike this week after university employers refused to withdraw cuts to the Universities Superannuation Scheme or accept the University and College Union's compromise proposals.

South Yorkshire bus workers win big pay rises

15 January 2022

More than 560 Stagecoach bus workers in South Yorkshire have won a 10.7 per cent pay increase from May after walking out on indefinite strike following the company’s refusal to improve its pay offer.

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