We report from the rally in Glasgow, Scotland where more than 3000 people marched against the Tory government’s Illegal Migration Bill.
Truss’s resignation follows days after she sacked chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng amid severe criticism of their pro-rich “mini-Budget” unveiled in September. With a new Tory leadership election to be held next week, calls have emerged for a general election
Ghana has initiated talks with the International Monetary Fund to seek a potential bailout amid a major economic crisis. This has been rejected by the Socialist Movement of Ghana and trade unions who argue that this will do nothing to alleviate the structural problems in the economy
British ferry operator P&O fired 800 workers without notice. The workers were informed they had been laid off through a Zoom video call.
Today we look at the sudden mass lay-offs imposed on 800 ferry workers in the UK, the partial presidential veto of an abortion bill in Ecuador, and more
Private security officers reportedly try to board ferries with handcuffs as workers, backed by Nautilus International and RMT, refused to disembark
The government has refused to pay state employees for the last three months who have not enrolled in the centralized payment platform
The Nigerian federal government passed a law in April 2019, mandating an increase in the minimum wage from N18,000 (USD 49.36) to N30,000 (USD 82.27), but employees of State governments are yet to receive their consequential pay hikes
The agreement over the wage hike averted a major strike which was originally scheduled for October 16. The workers were represented by the the Nigerian Labor Congress, the Nigeria Union of Civil Service and the Trade Union Congress