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31 March 2021

Asda equal pay ruling victory - now fight for equal pay for all

Shopworkers in Asda have won the latest stage in their fight for equal pay in a ruling that could lead to a 500 million compensation claim.

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10 March 2021

Sainsbury's pay offer shows future will only be 'great pay' if we fight

In September 2018, Sainsbury's 'Band 2' workers were offered a contract that claimed "the future is great pay" as one of its "destinations"

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3 March 2021

President of 'big four' Labour-affiliated trade union joins TUSC committee

Amy Murphy, the outgoing president of the fourth-biggest Labour Party-affiliated trade union, the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw), has been welcomed as a new member of the national steering committee of the left-wing Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC).

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24 February 2021

Usdaw elections - right makes gains but Broad Left builds

Usdaw held elections for union President and Executive Council with results being announced on Monday 15th February

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3 February 2021

Usdaw Broad Left rally brings together those campaigning for a fighting union

Members and supporters of the Usdaw Broad Left came together for a Zoom rally on 2 February in support of the Broad Left's candidates in the upcoming Usdaw shop and distribution workers' union elections for the executive committee (EC) and president

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28 January 2021

Usdaw conference stripped of democracy by leadership

Usdaw's executive decided to strip back the 2021 conference

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20 January 2021

Morrisons - 10/hr headline hides divisive pay offer

Almost five years since the 10 an hour minimum wage demand was adopted by Usdaw, Morrisons has become the first major company in which Usdaw represents workers, to accept the demand.

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13 January 2021

Ryan Aldred: Why I'm standing for Usdaw's EC

With Covid decimating the retail sector, it is vital that Usdaw takes a lead in organising retail and distribution workers in supermarkets, high street chains and smaller, independent businesses.

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13 January 2021

Lockdown 3.0 - fight to make our shops safe!

Over the last few months, retail has been vying with schools for the top spot for Covid-19 outbreaks

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9 December 2020

High street jobs, safety and pay: We have to fight

Hospitality: Understaffed and underpaid, now it's got worse: Bar worker John Williams, a Socialist Party member in Cardiff, spoke at a protest to oppose the pay freeze in the public and private sector on 5 December.

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2 December 2020

Don't let the festive season be one of misery for retail workers

The three days leading up to the England-wide lockdown were a taste of things to come, with shoppers flooding to the high street to squeeze in Christmas shopping.

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11 November 2020

Sainsbury's and Argos: Closures, cuts and soaring sales

The news of over 3,000 job cuts will have been a bombshell to many Sainsbury's and Argos workers

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4 November 2020

Usdaw needs a fighting leadership

It is vital now more than ever that a fighting programme be put forward in the shopworkers' union

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14 October 2020

Usdaw elections: the battle for a fighting union

At the behest of General Secretary Paddy Lillis, the national executive committee of Usdaw, the retail and distribution union, has overturned its previous decision to delay the elections (see 'Usdaw elections: Defend members' right to participate' at socialistparty.org.uk)

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30 September 2020

Usdaw elections: Defend members' right to participate

During the Covid-19 pandemic, members of Usdaw have been hit hard

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16 September 2020

Reinstate Richie Venton

Hundreds of trade unionists have signed an open letter to Ikea demanding sacked Usdaw union rep Richie Venton be reinstated

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9 September 2020

Reinstate Richie Venton

Trade unionists held a solidarity demo outside of Ikea Braehead in Glasgow, demanding the reinstatement of sacked Usdaw rep Richie Venton, and the reinstatement of sick workers' wages.

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2 September 2020

Support Ikea workers - reinstate Richie Venton

Glasgow Ikea worker, trade union rep and Usdaw executive committee member Richie Venton has been sacked for opposing the company's sick pay policy of removing wages from those forced to self-isolate with Covid-19, putting them on the measly 95 a week statutory sick pay instead

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22 July 2020

Mandatory masks in shops law

Government action is confused, contradictory, late, and fundamentally flawed.

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22 July 2020

Debenhams: Fighting closures and redundancies

On 17 July protests were held in London, Leeds, Bradford, Plymouth and Glasgow, organised by Usdaw members and supported by activists from the wider trade union movement.

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