Waterstones paying millions to US ‘vulture fund’ owners while denying staff living wage
[responsivevoice_button] Waterstones staff are demanding to be paid the living wage.
Can the University of London afford to bring its workers in-house?
[responsivevoice_button] Cleaners, security guards, catering staff and other workers at the
It’s here: Worlds End!
[responsivevoice_button] Doom, despair, denial, depression, IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!!
Tidemill update: the trees come down, the battle for Deptford continues
[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch has been glad to support Deptford people fighting
Who’s gentrifying Deptford? Identifying the profiteers, making strategies
[responsivevoice_button] On Saturday 23 February Corporate Watch ran a meeting called
Who’s gentrifying Deptford? 15 development schemes and the investors behind them
[responsivevoice_button] In the meeting with the Tidemill campaign, we started to
Who’s gentrifying Deptford? public meeting with the Tidemill Campaign this Saturday
[responsivevoice_button] Councillors, Housing Associations, Property Developers, Investors … who are the companies and individuals pushing the gentrification
Mears Group: scandal-hit council housing profiteer turns asylum landlord
[responsivevoice_button] Mears is an outsourcing company working in two sectors: housing
Elbit Systems: company profile
[responsivevoice_button] Elbit Systems, based in Haifa, is Israel’s largest privately-owned arms
The Zombie Technofix
Relying on unproven technologies such as Carbon Capture and Storage is
New asylum contracts: Mears Group and Migrant Help win big, as G4S loses housing deal
Update: see our new company profile of Mears Group here. A
Coming Soon: WORLDS END!
d Doom, despair, denial, depression, IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!!
Kier: Building controversy
Kier is a multinational construction company and the principal contractor building
Who owns your water and how they’ll try to keep it
If water privatisation is ended, one group in particular is going
The Doctors Laboratory: directors and shareholders enjoy huge returns while couriers fight for better pay
Couriers working for The Doctors Laboratory (TDL), the UK’s biggest pathology