Safety at a Fife army base could be compromised and jobs put at risk by the UK Government privatising military fire and rescue services, it has been claimed.
Labour is back as the political voice of the working class and is committed to doing more to give a voice to communities who feel they are not heard in politics, party leader Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Union leaders representing the last remaining workers at Fife fabricator BiFab have hit out at "jam tomorrow" promises made by the group's new owner.
Sainsbury’s has enraged unions and MPs after refusing to back down in a row over staff pay, with the supermarket accused of “holding a gun to workers’ heads”.
Workers at Luton airport, including baggage handlers, firefighters and security staff are to stage strikes over the May Bank Holiday weekend in disputes over pay and zero hours contracts.
A complaint that the leader of the giant Unite union breached rules when he was re-elected last year has been rejected.
Unions have voiced fresh concerns about the threat of US tariffs on steel products despite the announcement of a 30-day delay in bringing in the measure.
Tens of thousands of health workers have started voting on whether to accept a three-year pay deal.
Protests have been held in Fife calling for the Royal Bank of Scotland to halt its branch closure programme.
Staff at the BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife will be handed redundancy notices on Tuesday.