The economic crisis continues; also in Britain.
This video says about itself:
Joint General Secretary of the trade union Unite, Tony Woodley, tells us why he’s asking his members and supporters to turn out in large numbers for the Put People First London march and rally on Saturday 28 March 2009, ahead of the G20 summit on the financial crisis.
From British daily The Morning Star:
THE TUC will demand on Friday that the government extend the adult minimum wage to 18 to 22-year-olds to end low pay for young workers: here.
ANGER over the government’s plans to part-privatise Royal Mail intensified on Thursday amid a fresh row over the role of the chairwoman of the organisation’s pensions trustees: here.
FIRMS could save more than £10,000 per worker if they considered alternatives to making staff redundant, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development said on Thursday: here.
CONSTRUCTION union UCATT finally won a two-year battle over holiday pay and sham contracts with housing giant Redrow on Thursday: here.
David Manning, Blairite warmonger and corporate fat cat: here.