Wolverhampton council Youth services staff were all bar six, made redundant in August 2014.
14th – 15th September Report by Martin Mayer TUCJCC rep Yorks and Humber , representing Trades Councils Conference plus TUC Fringe reports by Nick Kelleher
G4S – £150m Featherstone super-jail plagued by problems within four weeks of opening
. The CWU’s successful strike action forced further talks.
organised by Midlands TUC planned for Friday, 27 March 2020 HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Sat 17th November Birmingham St Luke’s Church Centre, B15 2AT 11am-4.30pm
Prison officers in the sights Thursday 31 March 2011 Morning Star editorial – in response to privatisation announcement of Winson Green (Birmingham) prison. It was always a certainty that this government, […]
Wolverhampton City Fairtrade Partnership invites you to "Fairtrade – Digging Deeper” Friday 4th March 2011 speakers: – Paul Spray of Traidcraft – a representative of Wolverhampton Waitrose chaired by David […]
the CWU postal workers union strike due November 4th 2013 has been postponed as talks are ongoing
Request from Kevin Courtney, General Secretary, National Union of Teachers to support campaign against education cuts
Sunday 4th November, Telford march to save their NHS A&E If this closes it will put further strain on Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital Accident and Emergency
Great (free) training opportunity for any trade union members.