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Cleaners take on Canary Wharf bank to fight for living wage

Cleaners organised with the United Voices of the World union are set to strike for a living wage at the Bank of New York in Canary Wharf while cleaners' disputes continue at the London School of Economics and Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

The Tesco Dagenham Strike and the Power of Distribution Workers

Warehouse workers strike for a 15% pay increase, but much more is at stake. Report and analysis from the picket line.

Angry Workers of the World: a short introduction

Angry Workers of the World

A short introduction to Angry Workers of the World, an unruly and irregular workers' paper from London.

A preliminary summary of an IWW organising effort, winter 2017/18

In late September 2017 the IWW London branch invited friends and comrades to take part in an organising drive in West London factories and warehouses. We chose half a dozen companies, employing between 100 and 800 mainly migrant workers where there was no trade union present.

Disillusioned with mass marches through London? Organise your own TUC demo at home!

A guide to organising a TUC march in your house, by DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts).

12 May Trades Union Congress demonstration report

The demonstration

The Anarchist Communist Group comments on the recent TUC demonstration in London.

Windrush – Tories, Labour, LibDems all guilty!

The Anarchist Communist Group (ACG) comments on Windrush.

别崩溃,宁愿怠工!

在英佰瑞/温坎顿(英国格林福德)超市配送中心打工和扇动的经验。

Case Con: A Revolutionary Magazine for Social Workers

Most issues of Case Con: A Revolutionary Magazine for Social Workers from the 1970s. Most issues are complete and readable. A handful of the scans are not complete and clear.

WCH E5: Workmates - organising with agency workers on London Underground

London Underground track workers

An interview with Andy Littlechild, a rail track charge hand and rail workers' union official, about Workmates: a fighting organisation of permanent and agency contract workers on London Underground in the late 1990s and early 2000s.