Blacklisting Hasn’t Gone Away

Taj Ali

Don’t believe what bosses and politicians say, the blacklist is still a living reality for many trade unionists — and we’ll only ever smash it by ending casual labour and building real collective confidence among workers.

Building workers on strike for £30 per week pay, September 1972. (Evening Standard / Getty Images)

Moe Muhsin has worked on the London buses for a decade now. As a health and safety rep in Unite the union, he was instrumental in lobbying for key safety measures to ensure that his fellow drivers could do their jobs during the pandemic. At the time his efforts were celebrated by the Unsung Heroes […]

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