Opinion

Worker organising can counter labour abuse in the Global South

Consumer and corporate-focused approaches to labour exploitation and trafficking are ineffective.

Elena Shih

by Elena Shih

Elena Shih

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British watchdog tells insurance bosses to stop behaving badly

The FCA warning follows Lloyd's of London's 2019 admission of sexual harassment and daytime drinking.

 British watchdog tells insurance bosses to stop behaving badly

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France stages talks in bid to avert further protests

Unions will meet French officials hoping to alter or halt plans to reform pension schemes and raise the retirement age.

France enters week of talks amid pension strikes

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UK CEOs receive 117 times average worker's pay: Report

FTSE 100 executives will have been paid more by the end of Monday than most workers will earn all year.

UK 'fat cat pay' exceeds average worker's annual salary by Jan 6

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Tesco suspends Chinese supplier after prisoner labour report

Supermarket giant says production at factory in China stopped after finding a Christmas card containing cry for help.

Tesco suspends Chinese supplier after prisoner labour report

News

Editor’s Analysis

UK analysis: One week after election

Tories have been back in office for a week, but have already given a glimpse of Britain's post-Brexit future.

Seven signs of things to come in Brexit Britain

AJ Impact

Landmark ruling: Orange found guilty over worker suicides

Ruling against French telecom giant marks the first time a corporate entity has been found guilty of harassment.

Landmark ruling: Orange found guilty over worker suicides

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UK lower courts to be allowed to overturn EU laws

Post-Brexit Britain will see low-level courts empowered to overturn EU-guaranteed protections for workers and consumers.

Workers' rights at risk with new powers for UK courts

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Protesters cut power to French homes, say bosses

The Eiffel Tower was shut as workers walked off the job; even opera singers belted out arias of anger.

'Sabotage' cuts power to thousands of homes amid French protests

France

Details of pension reforms fuel French anger

Major disruption across France is set to continue, but strikers seem to have support from the wider public.

Details of sweeping pension reforms fuel French anger

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US, Canada and Mexico sign trade pact to replace NAFTA

The trade pact was inked the same day as Trump became the fourth US president in history to face formal impeachment.

US, Canada and Mexico sign trade pact to replace NAFTA

Opinion

To survive, we need intersectional solidarity

From London to Beirut to Santiago and New Delhi, protesters need to build solidarity networks.

Catherine Rottenberg

by Catherine Rottenberg
- Neve Gordon

Catherine Rottenberg

Opinion

Why a 'Green New Deal' must be decolonial

The Green New Deal will not work unless it dismantles neocolonial structures exploiting nature and people.

Vijay Kolinjivadi

by Vijay Kolinjivadi

Vijay Kolinjivadi

Studio B Unscripted

Studio B, Unscripted: With Ken Loach and Edouard Louis

Ken Loach and Edouard Louis explore class struggle, poverty, the rise of the Far Right and the perils of the Left.

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BlackRock executive ousted over office romance

The global head of active equities was forced out of his job after failing to disclose a consensual relationship.

BlackRock executive ousted over office romance