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Blacklisted workers and NHS staff challenge construction companies

Corporate Watch delves into the shady world of worker blacklists, with

Blacklisted agency workers cannot be protected by court

The Central London Employment Tribunal has ruled that, although security services

Corporate engagement at Hopenhagen

Corporations have multiple strategies for dealing with criticism from grassroots campaigns.

April 6, 2011: News in brief – Watching the Corporations

  -G4S wins £100m Olympics security contract -BP to resume drilling

The true cost of tickets for the Olympics: community and workplace organising?

Official prestige tickets for the 2012 Olympics, which include food and

Bosses step in to protect scab companies as firefighters are hospitalised

The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) had planned to hold a two-day

DFID in India VI: False promises

  The final part of the Dodgy Development: DFID in India

World Cup strikes may be stopped

A month before football’s World Cup in South Africa, workers recently

Vale-Inco strike now longest in Sudbury Basin history

The longest industrial dispute in over 100 years of mining operations

Dodgy Development III: A DFID Education

  Richard Whittell and Eshwarappa M’s study of the British Government’s

Local fisherman and anti-Shell campaigner jailed for 7 months in County Mayo

A number of key campaigners and activists opposed to Shell’s plans

Dodgy development: DfID in India

India is the biggest single recipient of British aid, with £1

Blacklisting workers in the construction industry

Trade union members and other ‘troublemakers’ in the UK have been

Police condone covert Internet surveillance

The City of London police have recently dropped their inquiries into

Google’s new spy

Users of Google’s newly released Internet browser, Chrome, were shocked to