Auto workers: off their knees and fighting fitTagged as: environmentalism visteon workers_struggles
As heads of state met in London this week to argue about how much money they should give to the bankers who caused the current economic depression, workers took direct action, pointing towards a different way out of the crisis.
Sacked auto workers at the Visteon car-parts factory in Enfield continue to occupy their factory despite the arrival of bailiffs at the site early this afternoon. The workers occupied their workplace on Wednesday morning after they were fired without wages due and redundancy pay.
A support demonstration has been called for tomorrow.
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