December 2019 - No Confidence (PDF)
IWGB General Secretary Jason Moyer-Lee calls for a vote of No Confidence in Business Secretary Greg Clark after the government's final recommendations to workers will fail to make any substantial change by not recommending serious increased enforcement of employment law
February 2018 - Bad Job (PDF)
The IWGB General Secretary Jason Moyer-Lee, asks for Business Secretary Greg Clark's resignation, after the government does not make any concrete recommendations and continues with fluff that means very little for workers.
July 2017 - Dead on Arrival (PDF)
IWGB sends an open letter to Matthew Taylor, blasting his inital report to the government on three main grounds:
Position introduced July 2015
The IWGB resolves to form a sub-committee of interested members and volunteers, which will identify and work with other groups that are campaigning against the repeal of the Human Rights Act (1998) and which will inform and educate members and the general public about the consequence of the government’s policy in this regard
Position introduced August 2015
The IWGB's position is:
Position introduced February 2018
We need the right to organise and strike – free our unions
We need abolition of the anti-trade union laws, which hamstring workers organising and taking action, and their replacement with strong legal workers’ rights. We applaud the 2017 Labour Party conference’s unanimous call for repeal of not just the 2016 Trade Union Act, but also the “anti-union laws introduced in the 1980s and 90s” by the Tories and maintained after 1997; and for a “strong legal charter of workers’ rights”. “For unions to be effective workers need an effective right to strike”. This builds on the unanimous 2015 decision that the next Labour government should “legislate for strong rights to unionise, win recognition and collective bargaining, strike, picket and take solidarity action”.
We will campaign for: