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WorkersWildWest no.7 – A west-London workers’ paper

Click here for PDF: WWW7 Issue no.7 of our local workers’ newspaper – find two articles below, for remaining articles see PDF above. MANY FACES! – SNAPSHOTS FROM DISTRIBUTING WORKERSWILDWEST Sainsbury’s Superstore, Ladbroke… Continue reading

A series of interviews with working class women in west London – Part 5

Click here for PDF: angrywomen5 5. Kemi “I was born in the Netherlands. My mother is Jamaican, she was only sixteen at the time. My father is from Nigeria. I soon moved to Lagos… Continue reading

A series of interviews with working class women in west London – Part 4

Click here for PDF: angrywomen4 There have been high profile cases recently of companies such as Tesco and Sainsbury’s and organisations like Birmingham City Council being sued over pay discrimination. While in some cases… Continue reading

A series of interviews with working class women from west London – Part 3

Click for PDF here: angrywomen3 People with insecure immigration statuses are having an increasingly tough time. Many Brexit voters expressed a desire for tighter immigration controls and the referendum decision has given a mandate… Continue reading

A series of interviews with working class women from west London – Part 2

Click here for PDF: angrywomen2 To mark international women’s day… AngryWorkers would like to share five stories of working women in the sprawling city of London in 2018. They are from a cross-section of… Continue reading

A series of interviews with working class women from west London – Part 1

Click here for PDF: angrywomen1 To mark international women’s day… AngryWorkers would like to share five stories of working women in the sprawling city of London in 2018. They are from a cross-section of… Continue reading

Bakkavor Factory Newsletter no.3

Click here: Bakkavor Bulletin Issue 3

Low wages, long hours, management bullies: Nothing can be done?! – Something is being done! 

Examples from Adelie in Southall, Royal Mail in Greenford, Sofology in Park Royal and XPO/House of Fraser in Milton Keynes People reading the short reports in WorkersWildWest no.7 might think: “Yeah, all they… Continue reading

Solidarity: West-London Newspaper 1969/1970

We are excited to have found some copies of the west London newspaper of the organisation Solidarity from 1969 and 1970. We share some basic ideas with Solidarity – the need for workers’… Continue reading

‘Power hour’ or Workers’ power?! – Reports from two Amazon workers, Hemel Hempstead, Winter 2017/18

With our series of Amazon workers’ reports [1] we hope to not provide yet another sad victim story of how Amazon turns humans into semi-robots. We leave this to the mainstream media. We… Continue reading