Sisters, brothers, it’s time for some strategical roots manuvas

There’s a lot of people out there despairing – hoping for struggles for a better world, but feeling isolated and unsure of where to focus their political action. We think we have to… Continue reading

Universal Basic Income – no tool for liberation

We wrote the following as a contribution for discussion at a recent event on UBI in London… Can’t buy me love – UBI ain’t working for workers’ liberation Parts of the radical left… Continue reading

Soldering on – Report on working in a 3D-printer manufacturing plant in London

The current public debate about automation is a highly politicised one. The prospect of having your takeaway sushi dropped onto your roof terrace by a drone or to 3D print a custom made… Continue reading

The end of work? – The cashiers on the front line

(Edited translation from ‘Liberation’, 9th of February 2017) We translated some of the interviews with retail workers in France, focussing on the question of automatisation. *** Yves, 42 years old, employed at IKEA… Continue reading

Retail chain gangs – Workers’ reports from the Sainsbury and Waitrose shop-floor

We are still in process to understand the massive changes in the retail sector in the UK – the concentration process is rapid (see recent take-over of Bookers by Tesco) and so are… Continue reading

Stir it up 2017! – Join AngryWorkers’ wicked resolutions

  Dear sisters and brothers, hope you all good and discontent! we got some things planned for the near future and hope that we can work on it together. If you live in… Continue reading

Red Cap Terror at the Moussaka Line – West London Ready-Meal Workers’ Report

[Article for WorkersWildWest no.5] Park Royal London Sites (in order of size): Cumberland (houmous and some ready meals) Elveden (ready meals and snacks) Abbeydale (fried stuff) Harrow (pizzas) Premier Park (warehouse and storage)… Continue reading

Calling all junglists – A short report from Amazon in Hemel Hempstead

Around Christmas time the news did it’s usual piece about big bad Amazon. This time, workers outside the Dumferline warehouse were sleeping in tents in the woods nearby to save themselves the travel… Continue reading

Photo Inhibition – Manufracturing

This collage of seemingly random shots of the mundane and literally dehumanised quotidien of post-fordist work leaves the spectator with a feeling of… yeah, yeah, whatever! Some photos from working in a west… Continue reading

Take the power back – Breathing space, friendliness and solidarity at work

Written for issue no.5 of our paper WorkersWildWest It is a strange world. We spend more time at work than with our friends and family. Work eats up our life, but we see… Continue reading