by Richard Bagley Trade unionists and MPs mobilised in force today to demand answers from the Colombian government following the detention and charging of agricultural workers' leader Huber Ballesteros.
by Rory MacKinnon Oil and gas unions scorned "useless" promises on helicopter safety today after footage emerged showing platform bosses bullying workers into boarding Super Pumas days before Friday's fatal crash.
by Luke James MPs from across the political spectrum demanded the recall of Parliament today to discuss the Syria crisis after Foreign Secretary William Hague threatened to pull the trigger on military action.
by Lindsey German The latest horrific casualties in Syria, suspected of being the result of a chemical weapons attack, have been the occasion for a new round of demands for Western intervention in the country.
by Rory MacKinnon Scotland Reporter Determined Post Office workers walked off the job today across Scotland in a warning to stubborn bosses that they are willing to fight for their jobs and pay packets.
by Our News Desk A huge protest set to encircle Tory Party conference on September 29 was at full steam today as author Owen Jones became the latest to sign up to a special train chartered for the occasion.
by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter London Overground staff walked out in defence of their jobs, pay and safety over the weekend as big business-backed politicians again attacked the right to strike.
by Malcolm Burns Scotland Desk Unions today called for all Super Puma helicopters in the North Sea to remain grounded until the causes of a crash which killed four workers are "established and dealt with."
by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter A number of BT's backers are questioning their investments in the telecoms giant over its alleged involvement in the US's drone assassination programme, legal action charity Reprieve said today.