Joseph Terry examines the ongoing strikes in Britain to unearth: who is really running the country?
Make Amazon pay: a movement or a moment?
Caitlin Barr discusses the effects of the Amazon workers’ Black Friday strike, ‘Make Amazon Pay’.
Early to school
The information was unclear and no so are the consequences: with schools set to reopen on the 1st of June, will teachers be there? Do they have the right to abstain, as do the parents in choosing to continue allowing their children to learn from home? But more importantly – what is the safest option?
Exeter sixth worst for casual contracts
The University of Exeter has been ranked sixth in the country for its percentage of teaching and teaching-and-research staff on temporary/‘atypical’ contracts, in a new investigation run by The Guardian newspaper. This has led to a number of trade unionists to accuse vice-chancellors of importing a “Sports Direct model” into British universities. Alongside this, the […]