Archive: Fast Food
Protestors gathered outside McDonalds in Whitehall to demand a wage of £10 an hour and an end to zero hour contracts. We spoke to them about the reality of working in the industry,
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Growing number of workers come out in support of hospitality strikes on 4 October
BFAWU to work with Unite the Resistance and John McDonnell MP to support fast-food industry workers.
The Bakers’ Food and Allied Workers’ Union’s Fast Food Rights campaign is calling for an end to the use of zero hours contracts and demanding an increase in the minimum wage to £10 per hour.
If fast food companies can afford to pay CEOs £8.45 million, they can pay their staff a living wage.