Contractors MJN are the first to buckle under the pressure of the construction sparks fightback. They announced today they are withdrawing from the attempt to slash rates and will honour the national JIB agreement.
Now is the the to step up the pressure on the remaining bloodsuckers and force them back. But it is also time to keep the pressure on the union, to use the anger shown across the construction industry - to force the bosses to end the black-list (and compensate the victims of it); accept a union register of labour; and concede a realistic pay rise!
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