1 in 4 new dads missed out on paternity pay over last 12 months, says TUC

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Excellent pay deal for workers at Rosyth dockyard 2018-06-19 [Unite the union]

‘Determined to get a fair deal’ on Post Office pay and pensions 2018-06-19 [CWU]

Back BuzzFeed NUJ recognition 2018-06-19 [NUJ]

TSSA responds to Transport Select Committee inquiry 2018-06-19 [TSSA]

The alarming crisis in health and social care 2018-06-19 [UNISON]

Unite challenges Barclays bank as it cuts hundreds of staff in Cardiff and Coventry 2018-06-19 [Unite the union]

England London - Hackney drivers face summer meltdown as traffic wardens announce fresh strike dates 2018-06-19 [Unite the union]

Energy workers face turbulent times 2018-06-19 [UNISON]

Young film/TV workers' networking in Salford 2018-06-19 [BECTU]

Exposed: Whitehall scandal of DfT officials 2018-06-19 [ASLEF]

Unite response to Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank's takeover of Virgin Money 2018-06-19 [Unite the union]

29 June – show your support for the ballot 2018-06-19 [PCS]

Local authorities must work to eradicate exploitation, says UNISON 2018-06-19 [UNISON]

Rental costs price public service staff out of housing, says UNISON 2018-06-19 [UNISON]

NHS funding increase is the bare minimum warns Unite 2018-06-18 [Unite the union]

Responding to Dr Lane's evidence to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry 2018-06-18 [FBU]

Social workers say no to national assessment scheme 2018-06-18 [UNISON]

Decision to outsource MoD firefighters to Capita shows government has learnt nothing from Carillion collapse 2018-06-18 [Unite the union]

Tackling fatigue on the railway is important but it needs money 2018-06-18 [TSSA]

Slavery offence landlord Hargit Bariana jailed 2018-06-18 [BBC]

Deliveroo faces inquiry into working conditions by MPs 2018-06-18 [The Independent]

Scotland Offshore platform workers balloted on industrial action 2018-06-18 [BBC]

Labour leader speak's at 'world's largest union meeting' in Liverpool 2018-06-18 [ITV]

Councils must do more to protect workers’ rights globally, union says 2018-06-18 [LocalGov]

BBC workers at war with union over wages deal 2018-06-18 [The Times]

Royal Ascot race-goers face travel chaos as rail strikes continue 2018-06-18 [The Independent]

Vital local services are collapsing say council staff in UNISON survey 2018-06-18 [UNISON]

England NWAS Paramedics Strike 2018-06-18 [GMB]

Northern taxpayers and passengers will be footing bill for cost of this week's strike 2018-06-18 [RMT]

Councils are bringing public services back in house 2018-06-18 [UNISON]

Happy Father's Day! Usdaw is campaigning for a better deal for dads 2018-06-18 [USDAW]

UNfairtrade! Farmers picking ‘ethically produced’ roses sold in Sainsbury’s paid just 48p per hour which is less than the ‘living wage’ set by Fairtrade charity 2018-06-17 [The Daily Mail]

Consumers at risk from contaminated and diseased meat 2018-06-17 [UNISON]

'I don’t even go to the toilet': Deliveroo riders will fight to be recognised as workers 2018-06-17 [New Statesman]

Union wins first round in Deliveroo high court employment challenge 2018-06-17 [Guardian]

Charles Horton, chief executive officer of Govia Thameslink Railway, has been forced out of his job 2018-06-17 [ASLEF]

Go ahead for union's Deliveroo rider case 2018-06-16 [The Irish Independent]

Bank and building society branches are closing down at a rate of almost 60 a month 2018-06-16 [Which]

NUJ statement on the NAO's critical report on universal credit 2018-06-16 [NUJ]

Strikes off as agreement reached over job cuts at Hull College Group 2018-06-16 [UCU]

TSSA reaction to announcement that GTR Chief steps down before inquiry 2018-06-16 [TSSA]

MOD member able to pursue injury legal case thanks to PCS and Thompsons 2018-06-16 [PCS]

Journalists must not get second-class treatment on FOI requests to the Scottish government 2018-06-15 [NUJ]

1 in 4 new dads missed out on paternity pay over last 12 months, says TUC 2018-06-15 [TUC]

Capita TVL workers set for big June payout 2018-06-14 [CWU]

Government ministers must be held to account over Grenfell 2018-06-14 [FBU]

Let footie fans work flexibly to watch the World Cup, says TUC 2018-06-14 [TUC]

BECTU welcomes launch of new theatre helpline 2018-06-14 [BECTU]

Unite warns Rolls-Royce against cutting ‘too deep and too fast’ as job losses announced 2018-06-14 [Unite the union]

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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]