On 27 April MPs vote on the final Trade Union Bill and decide whether to accept amendments made by Peers.
The government’s controversial trade union bill will be coming back to the House of Commons in April, for the final Parliamentary stages before it becomes law.
The union campaign to save the BBC is gathering pace as the Corporation’s charter renewal draws closer.
The ENO chorus, who many see as the heart of the company, are threatened with job cuts and having their pay reduced to 75%. Join their petition.
If online balloting is good enough for political parties – including your own Mayoral nominations – it is good enough for trade unions too.
The thousands of people emailing and tweeting their MPs about the trade union bill have made a difference – and we need to keep up the pressure.
The proposals in the trade union bill fundamentally undermine the right to strike in the UK.
Trade deal will allow corporations to sue our government in secret. Tell MEPs to reject it.
Help us end this corporate giant’s reliance on low pay and zero-hours contracts.
Our MPs will soon get their first chance to debate the government’s controversial trade union bill. Can you write to yours?