On October 4th, BFAWU members working at Wetherspoons, McDonalds and TGI Friday's will come together to take action against exploitation and the nature of precarious employment that they face every single day at the hands of extremely wealthy and successful companies. Deliveroo and Uber Eats couriers will also be taking strike action on the same day.
The BFAWU's Fast-Food Rights campaign has rightly helped to embolden these workers, who have now decided that enough is enough. We ask that all BFAWU members, activists and members of the public alike show their solidarity to these brave workers, who ask for nothing more than a proper contract of employment, a fair wage and Trade Union recognition.
BFAWU Executive Council member Jim Carlin has written an article for the Morning Star in relation to this groundbreaking action.
You can read it here