Inspired by mass organisation in the US, UK fast food workers are beginning to mobilise for a better pay deal
Author Archives: John Millington
Gove is gone but his legacy is in safe hands.
The debate about public vs private ownership will not disappear while Grangemouth’s fate hangs in the balance.
The image of union activist George Tapp lying on a Manchester road with two broken legs and blood pouring from his head following a vicious hit and run during an anti-blacklist demonstration last week has shocked many.
The Di Canio incident has underlined the need to step up campaigning against fascism, whether in uncovering extremists in the world of sport or entertainment as well as far-right political movements.
There was a protest on thursday against the blacklisting of workers and some fear the practice may still be going on.
John Millington writes about the response to the Eden Hazard ballboy incident.
John Millington writes for Left Foot Forward on the arguments surrounding the sex industry, unionisation, women’s rights and the impact on gender roles.