Ian Allinson discusses the ways workers can resist the government's latest repressive anti-union legislation.
There is renewed interest in rank-and-file organisation, but confusion about what this means and what is possible.
If you're in dispute, can you strike? If not, can you protest? Start planning now.
Interview with a Manchester RMT rep about the strike, and how it can be won.
As Britain’s strike wave continues to grow, Ian Allinson argues for a more serious response to the Tories’ latest repressive legislation.
Ian Allinson argues that both strikers and supporters need to get serious about fundraising, and explains how the process can help spread unionisation and resistance to more workers.
Trade unionists have been inspired by McAlevey's work. But now sections of the union bureaucracy are co-opting her insights.
With high inflation and a sharp rise in energy prices on the way, Ian Allinson argues that the cost-of-living crisis will shape British politics over the coming months.
Unite's Policy Conference backed the COP26 protests, workplace action and climate strikes, but remains attached to technical fixes.
Ian Allinson reviews Jane Holgate’s new book, Arise! Power, Strategy and Union Resurgence, an exploration of why unions have failed to revitalise themselves.