The Unions & the U-turns

BY BEN IRVINE This is an essay about the driving role that public sector unions have played during the coronapanic debacle in Britain. It’s a long essay, but I hope you’ll stay with me, because the topic is extremely important. I’m going to reveal to you some shocking incidents that you may not know about. For instance, you may not know that the first lockdown … Continue reading The Unions & the U-turns

UNITE is a Con

BY LISA COOPER I for one shall not be rejoining the union Unite. I was frankly disgusted to see Len McCluskey handing out free ice-cream to Corbyn Cultists and gathered journalists at the embarrassing debacle that was Labour Live on Saturday. Some good people may well still work for Unite, challenging workplace injustices and speaking out for workers’ rights across the UK. However, I do … Continue reading UNITE is a Con

Conspiring Unions Merit ETSA

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Whether it’s left-wingers hijacking the Junior Doctor’s strike, guerrilla train strikes or hard socialist agitants arranging bus strikes, strikes are costing You – the UK taxpayers – hundreds of millions of pounds every year. In 2014, the Federation of Small Businesses said the cost of a two-day London Underground strike to the British Economy was around £600m. The ongoing Southern Rail strikes … Continue reading Conspiring Unions Merit ETSA