With inflation stable government must get on with ending austerity, says TUC

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England Heavy-handed bosses at Derby plant to make staff work 'up to an extra four weeks a year' 2019-06-24 [Unite the union]

England South Yorkshire bus drivers postpone strike as mark of respect for Armed Forces Day 2019-06-24 [Unite the union]

RMT's Mick Cash reacts to Shadow Transport Secretary Andy McDonald 2019-06-24 [RMT]

Mohammad Taj: steering from the front For more info 2019-06-24 [Mark Metcalf & Unite the union ]

England Dockers' leader to be remembered in Birkenhead For more info 2019-06-24 [Unite the union ]

England Sellafield contractor Mitie agrees to pay Real Living Wage 2019-06-24 [GMB]

Fighting sexual harassment and standing up for disabled workers 2019-06-24 [Unison]

Northern Ireland Holiday pay: former minister 'not second guessing' decision 2019-06-24 [BBC]

The Wahaca row shows why workers need a new way to unite 2019-06-24 [Brinkwire]

5-day outsourced worker strike rounds off in business secretary’s constituency 2019-06-24 [PCS]

‘No other trade union in the country can claim such a wholesale victory’ 2019-06-24 [Morning Star]

Government must take the lead on new global protections for workers, says TUC 2019-06-23 [TUC]

Pilots sue British Airways over 'breach of contract' as summer of strike chaos looms 2019-06-23 [The Telegraph]

England South Western Railway strikes: Five-day walkout ends but union workers are prepared for further action 2019-06-23 [The Evening Standard]

Scotland Scots lap-dancing club workers gain right to union membership 2019-06-22 [The National]

Scotland Lap dancers sign union deal with Glasgow club employers 2019-06-22 [BBC]

GMB Union pledges support to beleaguered Cameroon banana workers 2019-06-22 [Banana Link]

CWU backs tomorrow’s TV Licence protests 2019-06-21 [CWU]

BECTU responds to over-75s licence fee protests outside BBC workplaces 2019-06-21 [BECTU]

Lap dancers sign union deal with Glasgow club employers 2019-06-21 [BBC]

DWP Myth: Universal Credit is a system that really works 2019-06-21 [PCS]

Greater use of employment tribunals could reduce sexual harassment in PR and comms 2019-06-21 [PR Week]

Employers 'face bills running into of tens of millions' after judgement on PSNI holiday pay 2019-06-21 [Belfast Telegraph]

Usdaw calls for reform of insolvency law to protect staff and taxpayers 2019-06-21 [USDAW]

England National Gallery staff given less than 3 days to decide their future 2019-06-21 [PCS]

Scotland Edinburgh journalists vent fury over job cuts 2019-06-21 [NUJ]

Labour staff could strike over pay amid concerns at office culture 2019-06-20 [The Guardian]

With inflation stable government must get on with ending austerity, says TUC 2019-06-20 [TUC]

HMICFRS report confirms dangerous fire service fragmentation 2019-06-20 [FBU]

Universal Credit myth busting – foodbank figures should shame the government 2019-06-20 [PCS]

Morrisons’ drivers and mechanics voting on whether to hold strike ballot in transfer row 2019-06-20 [Unite the union]

Keir Starmer - 'The public should have the option to remain' 2019-06-20 [UNISON]

Usdaw to protest at tomorrow's Boohoo AGM and questions the company's ethical trading credentials 2019-06-20 [USDAW]

England Stansted easyJet ‘check-in chaos’ on cards, as workers ballot for strike action over ‘dismal’ pay 2019-06-19 [Unite the union]

New research shows shocking impact of violence and drug use on staff working in prisons 2019-06-19 [Unite the union]

Housing isn’t a crisis, but an emergency 2019-06-19 [UNISON]

Risk to staff safety of full privatisation of HMRC security guard service 2019-06-19 [PCS]

England South Western Railway workers begin five-day strike 2019-06-19 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Council with worst sick record 'will tackle issue' 2019-06-19 [Belfast Telegraph]

BECTU welcomes ITV's plans to make comedy writers’ rooms more diverse 2019-06-19 [BECTU]

Social workers say they are no longer able to do their jobs effectively because of years of repeated cuts 2019-06-19 [UNISON]

England Government workers strike: It's a struggle to make ends meet 2019-06-18 [BBC]

UNISON calls for a general election but demands Labour stays united 2019-06-18 [UNISON]

Network Rail 'Overhaul' Dismissed As Tinkering and Fiddling 2019-06-18 [TSSA]

TUC - Risks 901 - 15 June 2019 2019-06-18 [TUC]

Fiddler's Ferry power station closure is 'grim news', says Unite 2019-06-18 [Unite the union]

England RMT members rock solid in strike action 2019-06-18 [RMT]

Quarter of prison staff have been recent victim of physical violence 2019-06-18 [UCU]

Business department workers continue strike action for better pay 2019-06-18 [Guardian]

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This month in labour history

13-06-1977 Police arrest 84 workers on the first day of a week-long mass picket of the Grunwick plant in north west London. [more]

18-06-1984 Mass violence by police at the Orgreave coking plant in South Yorkshire. 93 miners are arrested, dozens injured. [more]

22-06-1977 The first solidarity demo and mass picket supporting the Grunwick strikers is held [more]