Monthly Archives: September 2017

Belfast Airport Strike:

Belfast City Airport strike over sacked worker Belfast City Airport   Members of Unite the union who work for Swissport – which provides baggage handling services for the airport – voted to take industrial action. Unite, which represents around 100 … Continue reading

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Landmark Legal Victory As Courts Rule Addison Less Drivers Are Workers

Monday, September 25, 2017 Once again the courts have agreed with our argument regarding bogus self-employment. GMB, the union for private hire drivers, has scored another landmark legal victory after an tribunal ruled Addison Less drivers are entitled to basic … Continue reading

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Fitting Replies to U.S. President’s Threats

Jorge Arreaza, Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, replied to Trump’s speech at a September 19 press conference: “The United States Government is in complete violation of all the principles of the UN Charter.” Venezuela is a country … Continue reading

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Colombia: New Political Party Formed

Support the Peace Process in Colombia! New Political Party Formed to Uphold the Peace Founding Congress of new FARC political party, Bogotá, Colombia, August 27-September 1, 2017. Banner reads: “National Congress of the FARC-EP for a Transitional Government for Reconciliation … Continue reading

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Isle of Wight NHS Demo:

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150th Anniversary of the Publication  of the First Volume of Das Kapital on September 14, 1867 

Das Kapital with its author Karl Marx 150th Anniversary of the Publication  of the First Volume of Das Kapital on September 14, 1867 The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism – V.I. Lenin – Throughout the civilised world the teachings … Continue reading

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Ryanair plans to make pilots change holidays

BBC Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has said the firm is planning to make pilots delay a week’s holiday as it wrestles with massive flight cancellations. His comments came at the airline’s annual general meeting in Dublin. Ryanair is cancelling 40-50 … Continue reading

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