A fight for the soul of the trade union movement
Lewis Akers, a delegate to the 154th annual TUC Congress, reports from the rescheduled Conference earlier this week.
Strike days: let's go onto the offensive
We need wider and deeper co-ordination and escalation to win the strikes, argues Unjum Mirza
Liverpool University: a benchmark victory for HE and beyond - News from the Frontline
Counterfire's weekly digest with the latest on strikes and workplace struggles
Safety first: defend firefighters under attack
The Fire Brigades Union is facing a political attack for defending its members' health and safety, reports Luke Porter, a firefighter in south Yorkshire
Covid crisis: 10 demands unions should be making now
As the Covid death toll crosses 100,000, these are some of the urgent demands the labour movement should be making on the government:
It's the government not the firefighters who are to blame for Grenfell
The Grenfell inquiry is trying to shift the responsibility for the Grenfell tower fire onto the brave firefighters that risked their lives, reports Lucy Nichols
What, you thought we just forgot about Grenfell?
Thousands of people marched in silence on the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower Fire in a powerful show of solidarity, reports Shabbir Lakha
Firefighters issue further eight days of strike action
Firefighters have today issued a further eight day period of strike action as the Westminster government have not improved their pension proposals.
The Fire Brigades Union statement deplores horrific attacks on Gaza
The Fire Brigades Union deplores the horrific attacks on Gaza and calls for an immediate, negotiated and total ceasefire. The union sends our support, solidarity and sympathy to all those affected by the conflict, including the families of the victims.
Emotional scenes as fire stations fall to Boris Johnson's axe
‘We rescue people not banks’ say firefighters at Europe’s oldest fire station as 10 stations across London close today leaving 4 million Londoners in danger