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Rail nationalisation ruled out

16 October 2019

The government is to publish a White Paper to implement the findings of the review of the rail industry led by Keith Williams – ruling out further public ownership.

Top uni salaries soar while debts grow

14 October 2019

With universities short of money, more than 4,400 senior staff were paid over £100,000 a year in 2017-8, up more than 10 per cent on the previous year’s tally. 

Independence and trade

10 October 2019

What’s so good about free trade agreements? They make the rich richer, workers poorer, and they rob countries of the ability to plan…

Made in Britain?

10 October 2019

It’s a funny old world when you can look at a 100 per cent British wool men’s suit in Marks and Spencer and discover that it has been manufactured in Cambodia.

Future growth for Britain

3 October 2019

A new study from a French bank predicts a science and technology boom in Brtain over the next two decades. Unlike many reports into Brexit, it looks at the long term and predicts a positive future.

Collectivism and trade unions - the future?

25 September 2019

Workers magazine talks to young person just starting out as a union rep for Unite in a large, prestigious manufacturing company based in Britain but with facilities in more than 50 countries.

Cancel Dutch ScotRail contract, says RMT

21 September 2019

With anger growing at the service failures Abellio ScotRail, members and supporters of the RMT union marched through Glasgow to the company HQ and on to the Scottish Government offices .