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Wednesday 30 November will see the first mass strike across Britain for four decades, as public sector workers protest against pension cuts.
Global union leaders have called on G20 leaders to convene an emergency Summit to regulate the markets and avert a world economic collapse.
Prime Minister David Cameron's promise to "protect" the National Health Service is contradicted by key elements of his "reforms", say critics.
Over 10,000 people from trade unions and international organisations marched through central London to mark May Day on Sunday.
Royal watchers have been asked by a trade union to support a campaign to give disgracefully low-paid cleaners in the Royal Household a living wage.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber used his visit to the University of the West of England to set out a full alternative to government cuts and austerity.
A public service strike is hurting hospital patients and students, and the government and unions should act to end it, says the Archbishop of Cape Town.
Two Christian trade unionists at the BBC may have won rights for thousands of retail and catering workers after a health and safety investigation at Television Centre.
The Budget got the big judgement about the economy wrong and cannot live up to substantial claims to be fair, says Trades Union Congress General Secretary Brendan Barber.
Work in the 21st century is no longer what it was in our parents and grandparents generations, says Jill Segger. May day gives us an opportunity to re-evaluate work and the lives we build through it.
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