Which way forward for outsourced workers at KCL?

After successes at the London School of Economics (LSE), Kings College London (KCL), the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and others, outsourced workers at London universities are proving that determined and militant campaigns get results. Strike action, demonstrations, and student solidarity have forced university management to agree to end outsourcing and bring workers

Help us campaign to end precarious work

  Precarious employment has become a typical feature of our lives under capitalism. More and more, workers are being forced to accept low pay, poor working conditions and minimal rights as standard. Over 10 million people in Britain are currently considered to be in precarious work. This includes zero hours contracts, temporary employment, underemployment or