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New research reveals 'emerging class divide' in who gets flexible working - TUC [TUC] 2021-06-18

Labour condemns HSE's decision not to classify Covid as a ‘serious’ workplace risk following review [Morning Star] 2021-06-17

Joint Union Asbestos Committee (JUAC) launches new campaign website to remove asbestos in schools [FE News] 2021-06-17

Inflation rise should not derail government action to protect working people - TUC [TUC] 2021-06-16

Ministers must extend furlough in line with restrictions, says TUC [TUC] 2021-06-15

Grenfell: Four years on - fighting the building safety crisis [FBU] 2021-06-14

One worker in ten ‘forced back into workplace’ as bosses ignore Covid guidelines, says TUC [Morning Star] 2021-06-14

ACTU/TUC joint statement on proposed UK/Aus FTA [ACTU] 2021-06-12

GDP: recovery will lose momentum if UK investment remains behind G7 partners [TUC] 2021-06-11

DVLA workers demand explanation from Shapps over withdrawal of dispute deal [Morning Star] 2021-06-10

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Today's labour news


Privatisation of Channel 4 must be stopped 2021-06-19 [NUJ]

Strikes at Sunrise Medical in Dudley suspended as Unite secures improved deal 2021-06-19 [Unite the union]

Pay breakthrough at Capita triggers 02 Partnership consultative ballot 2021-06-19 [CWU]

Striking St Mungo’s staff protest over bullying at housing charity’s Bristol office 2021-06-19 [Unite the union]

International solidarity is key to opposing authoritarian regimes 2021-06-19 [UNISON]

Marking Windrush Day 2021-06-19 [PCS]

Unions say one of key policies to limit virus spread is ‘failing’ in face of rising infections 2021-06-19 [Guardian]

Northern Ireland Former trade union chief calls for working from home law 2021-06-18 [Belfast Telegraph]

New research reveals 'emerging class divide' in who gets flexible working - TUC 2021-06-18 [TUC]

We must continue to support the Windrush Generation 2021-06-18 [GMB]

Scotland Dumfries factory pay offer improved after strike threat 2021-06-18 [BBC]

England Workers on strike at Derbyshire Marks & Spencer distribution site over redundancy pay-outs 2021-06-18 [Derbyshire Times]

People’s Covid Inquiry: Government pursued ‘a policy of negligent manslaughter’ during pandemic 2021-06-17 [Morning Star]

Labour condemns HSE's decision not to classify Covid as a ‘serious’ workplace risk following review 2021-06-17 [Morning Star]

Four years on from Grenfell and the deregulation that caused it still hasn’t been addressed 2021-06-17 [Morning Star]

England Potential strike ahead at James Walker and Co factory over worker pay 2021-06-17 [In-Cumbria]

England DHL workers to strike again over redundancy pay 2021-06-17 [Nottinghamshire Live]

Joint Union Asbestos Committee (JUAC) launches new campaign website to remove asbestos in schools 2021-06-17 [FE News]

Inflation rise should not derail government action to protect working people - TUC 2021-06-16 [TUC]

Unite backs Labour MP Barry Gardiner's Bill to End Fire and Rehire 2021-06-16 [Unite the union]

NUJ raises concerns with Met over intimidation of BBC reporter Nick Watt 2021-06-16 [NUJ]

Northern Ireland Compulsory vaccine for care home staff 'not necessary' 2021-06-16 [BBC]

Covid roadmap delay – our response 2021-06-16 [WGGB]

Michael Gove’s civil service reform threatens impartiality, says union leader 2021-06-15 [Guardian]

Northern Ireland Covid-19: job market improves as lockdown eases 2021-06-15 [BBC]

Thousands of families ‘at risk’ as Stoke council plans to sack health visitors and school nurses 2021-06-15 [Unite the union]

London - TfL Cuts Are Political Vindictiveness - Cortes 2021-06-15 [TSSA]

England Tyne and Wear braced for ‘Metro misery’ during rail maintenance strikes 2021-06-15 [Unite the union]

Ministers must extend furlough in line with restrictions, says TUC 2021-06-15 [TUC]

Manifesto launched to end chronic UK lorry driver crisis 2021-06-15 [Unite the union]

Councils in tourist hotspots overwhelmed with litter problems 2021-06-15 [UNISON]

Grenfell: Four years on - fighting the building safety crisis 2021-06-14 [FBU]

Justice for Grenfell - Four Years On 2021-06-14 [ASLEF]

Zero-hours contracts ‘trapping women of colour on low pay‘ 2021-06-14 [The Guardian]

PCS delegates demand Shapps’ resignation over DVLA ‘debacle’ 2021-06-14 [Morning Star]

One worker in ten ‘forced back into workplace’ as bosses ignore Covid guidelines, says TUC 2021-06-14 [Morning Star]

Plans to run a unity Left candidate for Unite GS appear to have stalled 2021-06-13 [Union News]

BEIS cleaners and security guards are being balloted for strike action at BEIS 2021-06-13 [Union News]

England Sunrise Medical strike suspended 2021-06-13 [Union News]

Not ready for take-off 2021-06-13 [Red Pepper]

ACTU/TUC joint statement on proposed UK/Aus FTA 2021-06-12 [ACTU]

Tips on LGBT+ Organising – Part 1 2021-06-12 [UWU]

DVLA strike: new Covid cases reported on site as post backlog grows 2021-06-11 [PCS]

Strikes at Sunrise Medical in Dudley ‘paused’ for fresh talks 2021-06-11 [Unite the union]

RMT says action going ahead in four separate disputes‎ on Scotland's railways 2021-06-11 [RMT]

Unite confirms nominations for general secretary election 2021-06-11 [Unite the union]

GDP: recovery will lose momentum if UK investment remains behind G7 partners 2021-06-11 [TUC]

Rivus Fleet members urged to accept across-the-board 2% pay offer 2021-06-10 [CWU]

PM's 'pathetic response' on fire and hire gives bad bosses carte blanche 2021-06-10 [GMB]

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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]