Goldsmiths strike: Why I may burn my honorary degree
The institution’s escalating industrial action is much more than a dispute over job losses
The world burns and the richest profit. It doesn’t have to be this way
As the effects of the climate crisis are seen in global heatwaves and droughts, oil firms are booming
Published in: Home: NewsGovernment’s anti-union law will push wages down, economist warns
Ministers could be breaking international law by allowing employers to bring in agency workers to break strikes
I reported on Thatcher-era strikes. Here’s what today’s coverage is missing
The demise of industrial correspondents allows the Tory press to deliver outlandish, make-believe scare stories
It’s great to see Mick Lynch calling out the media’s anti-union bullshit
Billionaires control our politics and our press, yet we’re told unions are the real enemy of the British worker
Why Just Stop Oil supports the striking rail workers
Unions have a duty to protect their members from the fossil fuel crisis. But we must all be prepared to go further
Published in: openDemocracyUK: NewsGoldsmiths strike: Why we’re fighting the marketisation of higher education
In recent weeks, many UK universities have seen staff walkouts in protest against pension cuts, deteriorating...
Published in: openDemocracyUKThe spirit of youth discontent wasn't dead, just resting
With lecturers on strike, student debt being sold off to the banks, the anger of the 2010 protests is about to make...