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Thousands to strike for equal pay in Glasgow, and other quick updates

In Glasgow, 8000 mainly female workers will be striking on October 23rd and 24th to demand equal pay. Glasgow Unison write: “The dispute is about the council’s failure to make any real progress on agreeing compensation for past pay discrimination … Continue reading

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“No Borders” beyond a slogan: brief comments on a recent Angry Workers text

Angry Workers of the World, the West London-based collective who consistently produce some of the best contemporary analysis out of the UK at the moment, have just published a new piece reviewing a book on the Grunswick and Gate Gourmet … Continue reading

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Know your rights in the immigration and asylum system with the Right to Remain toolkit

Like so many other aspects of the state, the immigration and asylum system makes a huge difference to people lives, and it’s also confusing and difficult to navigate, especially for people who often won’t have English as their first language. … Continue reading

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