Updated to include official statistics from the ONS for July 2019 on days lost to labour disputes and the number of stoppages. The next ONS release date is 15 October 2019.
Updated to take into account the increase to the limit on the compensatory award, in force from 6 April 2019.
Cleaners, receptionists and security guards at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) are set to go on strike tomorrow as part of action to demand the London Living Wage.
Academics, students and leading politicians have launched a boycott of the University of London in support of outsourced workers who have demanded equal terms and conditions with directly employed staff.
Birmingham City Council refuse workers are considering whether to go on strike, following allegations that the council "secretly" paid several thousands of pounds to a group of staff that did not take part in industrial action last year.
Hundreds of schools and nurseries are closed in Glasgow after around 8,000 workers began a two-day strike over a long-running dispute about equal pay.
The IWGB union has a called a 24-hour strike against Uber and is urging the public not to use the taxi-hailing app.
Workers at McDonald's, TGI Fridays, JD Wetherspoon, Deliveroo and Uber Eats are staging a 24-hour walk out today, in separate disputes over pay and union recognition.
In Hartley and others v King Edward VI College  IRLR 763 SC, the Supreme Court held that, when deducting pay from employees' wages in respect of their participation in strike action on the relevant days, the appropriate daily rate of deduction was one-365th of the employees' annual salary, rather than one-260th as had been applied by the employer.
The Supreme Court has held that the pay of teachers must be deducted at a daily rate of 1/365th of their annual salary, rather than 1/260th, for a one-day strike.
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