Firefighters around the world are risking their lives on the frontline of the climate crisis – and their experience proves that only collective action can save us.
This week, fire service employers withdrew from a safety agreement that protected firefighters during the Covid-19 pandemic – it is just the latest example of unscrupulous bosses using a crisis to attack workers’ rights.
From deregulation and corporate profiteering to fire safety cuts, the Grenfell fire three years ago today revealed the contempt modern capitalism has for ordinary people’s lives.
On Firefighters’ Memorial Day, we should remember the bravery of firefighters who have died on the job – and commit ourselves to fight for the safety of every worker, argues FBU General Secretary Matt Wrack.
There’s only one candidate in the Labour leadership race committed to undoing Thatcher’s anti-union laws and rebuilding the labour movement – that’s Rebecca Long-Bailey.