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Over 150,000 people have marched in London, Glasgow and Belfast for alternatives to the UK government's cuts agenda.
Many thousands of people marched in Glasgow this weekend to protest against government cuts and call for a just UK-wide economic policy.
Public sector unions planing a day of action over government cuts are aiming to build alliances with private sector workers and the wider anti-cuts movement.
Global union leaders have called on G20 leaders to convene an emergency Summit to regulate the markets and avert a world economic collapse.
Thousands of journalists across the BBC yesterday took part in a second 24-hour strike against compulsory redundancies at the Corporation.
Justice in the workplace is the theme of the 33rd annual National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales conference.
Britain's largest union says that the Future Forum’s report into the NHS Health and Social Care Bill shows a set of proposals beyond repair.
Over 10,000 people from trade unions and international organisations marched through central London to mark May Day on Sunday.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox is pushing through an Armed Forces Bill that will make no meaningful changes to the armed forces. Fox and his allies use gung-ho rhetoric about "supporting our boys" while neglecting the human rights of forces personnel.
Bulgarian Orthodox priests have decided to to join a trade union because they have not received statutory entitlements and have not been paid on time.
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