The TUC is calling upon the Government to recognise the 23 August as the National Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. This date marks a crucial event in the fight against slavery of an uprising in St Domingo in 1791.
May Day is the day when trade unionists peacefully celebrate our achievements, when we recommit ourselves to achieving economic and social justice for all and when we express our support for those throughout the world who are struggling for basic rig...
Hundreds of anti-fascist campaigners will join a national TUC rally at Birmingham's NEC on Saturday (3 April) to launch a new campaign aimed at defeating the far-right British National Party at the local and European elections this summer. The rally ...
The TUC has expressed 'disappointment' that a series of BNP demonstrations planned in London for Monday February 16th have not been banned. 'These are a clear provocation and threat to public order.' a spokesperson said.
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