For the week of the 26th of June, the Educational Institute of Scotland – Further Education Lecturers’ Association (EIS-FELA) branch at Edinburgh College were on strike. They were out in solidarity with one of their comrades, Kevin Scally, who has been subject to a brutal campaign of bullying from college management, resulting in him being made redundant.
Continue reading Edinburgh college strike against management anti-union bullying — Reinstate Kevin Scally! Kick capitalism out of FE!
— Ellen Morton, Glasgow
On Friday 31st July and Monday 1st August 40,000 BT and Openreach workers in the CWU are going on strike for the first time in over 35 years. Revolution Scotland supporters joined workers on the picket line at the BT office Alexander Bain House in Glasgow to show their solidarity and talk to the workers involved in this historic strike. The workers who were interviewed for this article asked to remain anonymous to protect them from repercussions by management.
Continue reading Glasgow CWU joins the summer strike wave
The pouring rain and howling wind did not deter over 100,000 people from marching through the streets of Glasgow on Saturday – nor could it dampen the spirits of the Marxist bloc!
Continue reading Marxism on the march: For revolutionary change to fight climate change!
Thousands took to the streets this weekend in Scotland, and millions across the world to protest the ongoing Israeli bombardment of Gaza.
Continue reading Scotland Marches For A #FreePalestine
Yesterday hundreds of Glaswegians descended on Kenmure Street to defend two men swept up in one of the Home Office’s controversial early-morning immigration raids. The power of this mass mobilisation inflicted a humiliating defeat on Priti Patel and the Tory Government’s racist “hostile environment” policy.
Continue reading Glasgow Defeats the Home Office — End All Immigration Raids!
Last Saturday, thousands marched in London from Hyde Park to Parliament Square to protest the draconian Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. This new legislation would dramatically curtail the right to demonstrate.
Continue reading Kill the Bill: Demonstrations continue against Tory Police law
“Killed by the system we’re told ‘protects’ us.” These were the words on one placard at the vigil held on Saturday evening for Sarah Everard in London – a protest against the daily violence, oppression, and unsafe conditions that women face under capitalism.
Continue reading Sarah Everard: Killed by the System
Approximately 500 nurses, healthcare workers and trade unionists gathered by the McLennan arch in Glasgow Green for the #NursesSayNo demonstration this Saturday (8th August).
Continue reading NHS workers say “Enough is Enough!”