Construction Archive

Corporate Olympics: Introduction

Now that the Olympics and Paralympics and all the associated excitement

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

Get out of town: Ledbury residents resist Tesco development

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

The countdown to the Olympic con continues

As the London Olympics approaches, and more and more corporations participate

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

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

Recent resistance to the Olympics along the Lea Valley Canal

Members of the Counter Olympics Network (CON) have recently been working

Radioactive waste on Olympics site

A campaign group watching the Olympic Games in London and globally

London Olympics and Siemens ‘boost’ East London into a ‘green enterprise district’

If all the problems with the 2012 Olympics, such as radioactive

ArcelorMittal’s Olympic Marketing Monument

On 24th August, planning permission was granted for the 115m-high ‘Olympic

World Cup strikes may be stopped

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

Arcelor Mittal funds Olympic eyesore

In Spring 2010, London Mayor Boris Johnson unveiled plans for the

Blacklisting workers in the construction industry

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

Lancaster residents fight against unsustainable shopping mall

Residents of Lancaster continue to fight plans to ‘regenerate’ their city