John Millington



John Millington is a freelance journalist specialising in industrial relations and social movements


The battle behind the blacklisting victory

13 May 2016 John Millington writes on how blacklisted workers won – and where the campaign is going next

Striking public sector workers show pain through passion

11 July 2014 John Millington reports on the July 10 strike

What is Ed Miliband playing at?

20 June 2014 John Millington asks: does Labour even want to win the 2015 election?

Workers are dying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

19 May 2014 John Millington continues his reporting from the ITUC World Congress with a look at workers' rights issues around the World Cup preparations

The ‘United Nations of workers’ takes aim at finance

19 May 2014 John Millington reports from the ITUC World Congress

Disability protesters target Atos benefit test centres

19 February 2014 John Millington reports on the day of protest against Atos, the private firm that throws people off disability benefits

Teachers: ‘There is no other option but to strike’

1 October 2013 John Millington reports from today's teachers' walkout and rally

Does Ed Miliband not want to be prime minister?

9 July 2013 John Millington responds to the Labour leader's speech on the party's links to the unions

We’re striking to support the movement – interview with Turkish union activist

4 June 2013 John Millington speaks to Ertan Elsoy, an activist in the Kesk union which has called a two day strike to support the rebellion

The EDL – a challenge for the trade union movement

28 May 2013 John Millington calls for working class unity against the racist English Defence League

Thatcher funeral: an alternative eulogy

16 April 2013 As Margaret Thatcher is seen off with pomp and circumstance, John Millington says her real legacy lies in the hollowed-out factories of Britain