No Racist Registers in Scotland

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One of the most sinister proposals announced at the Tory conference was from Westminster Home Secretary Amber Rudd, who outlined plans for registers of foreign workers in the UK, requiring firms to disclose what percentage of their workforce is “British”.

Green MSP Ross Greer won support from the First Minister to back Scottish businesses who refuse to comply with the Tories’ racist registers.

Now we need your help. We think Scottish businesses will say no to the racist registers. Let's show them our support.

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5 ways being a member of the EU benefits workers today

Sarah Beattie-Smith Mon 30 May

 

“The European Parliament, in their foolishness, have voted for increased maternity pay. I’m off for a drink.”

 

Those are the words of Vote Leave campaigner and UKIP leader Nigel Farage back in 2010. Fast forward to 2016 and it’s not uncommon for leading figures in the Vote Leave campaign to be heard suggesting that hard won workers rights like maternity leave, holiday pay and limits on the hours we can work should be taken away by leaving the European Union.

We bring much needed vitality to debate on workers' rights

18 April, 2016 - 16:18

Responding to Labour leader Kezia Dugdale's speech at the STUC, Maggie Chapman, a long-term trade union activist, attending the STUC in Dundee, said: