George Goodenough – GMB activist at Hinkley Point

What drove me into trades unionism in the first place was that we were being treated as second-class citizens

Another interview that was too long to be included in its entirety in the print edition. Interviewed by Dave Chapple, 12th August 2011 Introduction I’m an ex-soldier, and I spent eight years after I left the army in the security … Continue reading

Interview with Carole Vallelly, Trades Council and GMB activist

I think women are improving their position in the trade union movement all the time.
Sadly there wasn’t enough room in the magazine to print the full interview, so it is available below. Interview with Dave Chapple, Chippenham, August [...]

Hosepipe Ban

Wednesday 8th June 2011 GMB congress told that parts of Midlands will see hosepipe ban in weeks unless there is [...]

1 in 4 Not In Council Pension

One in four council workers already opted out of pension scheme shows proposed contribution increases to local government pension schemes [...]

430 Workers Locked Out

Wednesday 16th March 2011 GMB WARNS BP, DU PONT AND BRITISH SUGAR OF LYNDSEY MARK TWO DISPUTE AT HULL CONSTRUCTION [...]

31,000 Elderly Homeless?

Monday 14th March 2011 31,000 elderly residents in Southern Cross care homes face being made homeless as GMB calls for [...]

Hutton Problems

Thursday 10th March 2011 Final Hutton report: more recipe for disaster than blueprint for reform says GMB Lord Hutton had [...]