Issue 104

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Brexit blues and polling problems

The Editor reflects on the challenges facing Unions in Scotland. Unsurprisingly, there are differences and similarities.

The economy: if it is broken, fix it

Grahame Smith lambasts the continuation of a broken economic model.

Counting the cost of Carillion

Steven Dillon argues for a solution to the corporate craziness including a Construction Charter.

Land of milk and honey in our councils?

Lilian Macer says it’s time to turn the words into deeds on pay and funding.

Workload, pay and reform

Nicola Fisher reflects on a bad situation getting worse.

Bottom up organising is the key

Lynn Henderson argues how we organize our unions can hold out the promise of influence or impotence.

Why emergency response times matter

Denise Christie says the new fire and rescue service is getting worse.

A right royal bust up

John Brown outlines how his union ensured a successful outcome to its dispute with Royal Mail.

Wrong principles abound

Mary Senior reports on the depth of anger leading to the longest strike ever in universities.

Uniting our struggles

Mick Cash lays out what the RMT will be arguing for at the Aviemore STUC congress.

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