The BAFTA-winning actor Rakie Ayola speaks to Tribune on the need for cultural workers to unite against studio bosses destroying their industry – and why actors must stand with striking workers everywhere.
After years of pay cuts and punishingly long shifts, radiographers are on strike to demand their worth. Amid an escalating staffing crisis, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Actor and comedian Rob Delaney speaks to Tribune about the SAG-AFTRA actors’ strike, fighting exploitation in the entertainment industry – and how solidarity can force Hollywood executives to the table.
Yesterday, five metro mayors led by Greater Manchester’s Andy Burnham announced plans to launch legal action to prevent the closure of 1000 railway ticket offices across England. He sits down with Tribune to discuss this important campaign and his wider vision for public transport.
From the 1960s to the ’80s, the Asian Youth Movements organised against racists and the far-right on Britain’s streets. Speaking to Tribune, the activists behind those efforts call for that flame to be reignited.
The campaign against ticket office closures isn’t just about fighting proposals that make railways less accessible – it is against bosses wrecking a vital public service while their millions keep flowing in.
The government is presiding over a managed decline of the railway. The closure of 1000 ticket offices is the latest move to make rail travel less safe and accessible while shareholders line their pockets.
The last year has seen historic walkouts across the NHS. Workers are fighting not just for terms and conditions but for the future of public healthcare.
Croydon Council plans huge cuts to its Housing Advice and Homelessness Department in the middle of a housing crisis. In response, staff have gone on strike to protect their jobs – and save a vital public service.
After years of pay cuts, pension attacks and precarity, university staff have escalated their industrial action with a marking and assessment boycott. But management refuses to listen, deducting staff pay and jeopardising student graduations instead.
Healthcare assistants are the very backbone of the NHS. Forced to work above their pay grades for poverty wages, they’re gearing up to strike for the pay – and the recognition – they deserve.
Underpaid, overworked, and struggling to hold up a health service in collapse: Dr Vivek Trivedi from the BMA talks to Tribune about the exodus of staff from the NHS – and why their strike is a fight to save the health service.
After years of pitiful pay, workers at Allied Bakeries in Merseyside are on strike this weekend to demand their worth.
Mick Lynch sits down with Tribune to discuss the latest rail strikes, how the government is scuppering negotiations – and why rail workers are prepared to keep on fighting.
Amazon workers in Coventry are on the brink of historic union recognition. Their groundbreaking organising campaign shows that it is possible to fight back against injustice – even in the most hostile of environments.
Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the PCS union, talks to Tribune about their biggest industrial dispute in decades and why the government is playing with fire by demonising and undermining the civil service.
The strikes against cuts to regional radio and newspapers are about more than just saving jobs – the fight to protect local journalism is a fight to defend democracy.
Tribune’s industrial reporter Taj Ali talks to the former industrial correspondent Nicholas Jones about the past and the future of industrial reporting.
Royal Mail occupies a unique role in Britain’s national life. Its more than 115,000 posties are woven into the social fabric of every community they serve. But today these workers are engaged in a battle for their future — against an employer determined to transform the company into a zero-hour courier.
Writer and broadcaster Kenan Malik discusses his latest book on race, identity politics, class struggle, and the value of the radical universalist tradition.