Serco accused of negligence and assault in Australia

Events in Australia over the last month have shown outsourcing giant

Resistance against tar sands and Keystone XL pipeline growing stronger

In the two weeks up to 3rd September, 1,253 people were

Fracking the UK

As Cuadrilla Resources and its corporate backers were getting excited by

Get out of town: Ledbury residents resist Tesco development

Few companies will have been celebrating the coalition’s proposed ‘reform’ of

Corporate engagement at Hopenhagen

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

Unemployed people ‘bullied’ into unpaid work at Tesco, Primark and other multinationals

Unemployed people are being sent to work without pay in multinational

‘I was a volunteer for six months and wasn’t given a job or paid any money’

“Karina” is 24 years old and lives in East London. She

‘Making profits from the the unemployed is reprehensible’

Frank, a member of Islington Poverty Action Group, tells Corporate Watch

The workfare go-betweens

The coalition government’s Work Programme, launched in early June, replaces previous

August 12, 2011 : News in Brief – Watching

    – Olympic village sold to property developers – Pfizer

Serco dismisses self-harm in immigration prisons as ‘bargaining tool’

Two people have died from suspected heart attacks and a third

Barnardo’s: We believe in (locking up) children

Britain’s largest children charity has become the latest target for anti-detention

Riots in Bristol against Tesco and police repression

An attack on the radical community of Stokes Croft in Bristol

New detention phone system to keep detainees under control

A new phone system run by a private company will replace

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

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