Mark has written much over the years about workers, trade unions and labour movement history.

Just click on the images below to read some of his recent material. Your comments and questions are always welcome

1842 – Blood on the Streets of Halifax
Salt Mining
UNITE the Union – Book of the Month
This month’s Book of the Month celebrates the work of a wonderful Lakeland photographer

Rebel Road celebrates trade union and labour movement heroes that have been publicly recognised in one form or another, such as a statue, plaque or building named after them
The Landworker is another publication which Mark has written for, for many years – and is produced by Unite the Union. The Landworker is a dedicated newspaper for rural, agricultural and food workers – deals with all aspects of food production and distribution as well as looking at key agricultural issues

Luke Agnew, my work in a cemetery 

My booklets for Unite Education department on the 1889 Great Dock Strike, Tom Jones, Julia Varley, Tony Hall and Benny Rothman

Fears for peace in Colombia

Brian Higgins

Steve Hedley

Down the Tubes

Brenda Sutcliffe and organophosphate dips (OP)

UNITE the UNION – Oral History

Not a minute on the day, not a penny off the pay” – the 1926 Miners’ Lock Out and General Strike