Tribunal fees have been a “huge victory for Britain’s worst bosses, says TUC

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Holidays in 'jeopardy' as Passport Office workers went on strike over staff shortages which caused applications backlog 2014-07-29 [Daily Mail]

Brit TUC General Secretary writes to Vince Cable on GSP and labour rights in Cambodia 2014-07-29 [TUC]

Tribunal fees have been a “huge victory for Britain’s worst bosses, says TUC 2014-07-29 [TUC]

Passport workers go on strike over staffing and pay 2014-07-28 [BBC]

Workers in blacklisting claim 2014-07-28 [News & Star]

Northern Ireland Gaza conflict: health workers stage protest 2014-07-25 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Gaza conflict: health workers stage protest 2014-07-25 [BBC]

Report confirms rail cuts threaten safety 2014-07-25 [ASLEF]

Further rolling action across HMRC 2014-07-24 [PCS]

Ofgem Let Customers Down In Power Cuts 2014-07-24 [GMB]

England GMB Members Employed By Babcock At Wiltshire Mod Base 100% Vote For Strike Action Over Pay Cuts 2014-07-24 [GMB]

Agreement reached between Unite and Northampton General Hospital – pathology staff will return to work 2014-07-24 [Unite]

Unite reaction to shock administration of Unipart Automotive, 1,224 jobs at risk 2014-07-24 [Unite]

NUJ expresses solidarity with Palestinian journalists in Gaza 2014-07-24 [NUJ]

Redundancy announcements - Shambolic process 2014-07-24 [NASUWT]

Blacklist firms to clarify 'misleading' letter to MPs 2014-07-24 [Building]

Protest Action Asking Marks & Spencer to Live up to a Responsible Retailer 2014-07-24 [HKCTU]

Gaza: General Council statement, July 2014  ActNOW!  2014-07-24 [TUC]

Gaza: there is no military solution, only a political one  ActNOW!  2014-07-24 [TouchStone]

Scotland Gas plant hit by unofficial walkout 2014-07-23 [Shetland News]

Wales Second day of strike action is planned by local government workers 2014-07-23 [Unison Wales]

England Camden Council unveils 20k minimum salary plan for workforce 2014-07-23 [The New Journal]

Global leadership needed to tackle security threat to civil aviation 2014-07-23 [BALPA]

Remit of the government's Oakley review into social security sanctions was too narrow to ever make a difference 2014-07-23 [PCS]

Usdaw welcomes the Government’s promise to consider greater protection for workers selling alcohol 2014-07-23 [Usdaw]

Union agrees Royal Mail Sunday delivery plan 2014-07-23 [CWU]

Bring support for sick and disabled people in-house after MPs' criticism 2014-07-23 [PCS]

PCS Oppose Highways Agency sell-off and road tolling 2014-07-23 [PCS]

Local government and school support workers to strike again 2014-07-23 [UNISON]


Academics call on HSE to tighten silica dust safeguards 2014-07-23 [BBC]

Academics hit out at watchdog on safety limits 2014-07-23 [Herald Scotland]

Sanctions regime is failing, says TUC 2014-07-22 [TUC]

More than 1000 workers a year could die due to inadequate silica safeguards 2014-07-22 [University of Stirling]

Lords debate workers selling alcohol, Usdaw calls for Peers to support greater protection 2014-07-21 [Usdaw]

UCATT secures Labour commitments on false self-employment, blacklisting, Pleural Plaques, the Shrewsbury Pickets and Qatar 2014-07-21 [UCATT]

England Unite seeks legal injunction in NHS trust ‘sign or be sacked’ dispute 2014-07-21 [Unite]

Len McCluskey’s message to NHS chief - ‘Stop your war on NHS workers and negotiate’ 2014-07-21 [Unite]

IFJ strongly condemns killing of Palestinian journalist Khaled Hamad 2014-07-21 [NUJ]

One-off independent guidance will not prepare people for new pensions world, says TUC 2014-07-21 [TUC]

UNISON wins support at Labour policy forum 2014-07-21 [UNISON]

ASLEF reaches agreement with Labour on workplace rights, rail industry structure, regional transport, rail freight 2014-07-21 [ASLEF]

Fracking boom: Chemicals, dust and deaths and the new rush for oil and gas 2014-07-21 [Hazards]

North Carolina FLOC leader, British allies take fight for migrant workers to N.C. 2014-07-20 [The Blade]

Freedom and safety of journalists in Gaza must be upheld, says IFJ 2014-07-20 [NUJ]

Northern Ireland Fermanagh public sector workers in low pay protest 2014-07-20 [Fermanagh Herald]

Unions celebrate victory as up to a million workers strike 2014-07-19 [The New Internationalist]

Tory ban 'will make legal strikes near-impossible,' TUC warns 2014-07-19 [The Morning Star]

'Bitter blow' for NATS staff under new Gatwick air traffic contract 2014-07-19 [PCS]

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This month in labour history

11-07-1977 20,000 join a national day of action in support of Grunwick strikers [more]

17-07-1974 The strike of 400 mostly Asian women workers at Imperial Typewriters in Leicester is called to an end. [more]