Class Cohesion versus Spurious Patriotism: A Straight Talk to British Workers, by Fred Bramley (1915). With a new afterword by Kevin Morgan (2015).
Details here: http://www.brh.org.uk/site/pamphleteer/class-cohesion-versus-spurious-patriotism/
The Bristol Deserter: Alfred Jefferies And The Great War, by Geoff Woolfe (2015).
Details here: http://www.brh.org.uk/site/pamphleteer/the-bristol-deserter/
These go with previous WW1 related titles published in 2014/15:
Bristol Independent Labour Party: Men, Women and the Opposition to War, by June Hannam (2014).
Coal On One Hand, Men On The Other: The Forest of Dean Miners’ Association and the First World War 1910 - 1920, by Ian Wright (2014).
British Army deserters and absentees in Police Gazette, 1914-1919
For example, a search for the surname Smith returns 248 results, and for Jones, 169.
A RaHN member notes: "During the war years, the [North London] police court was also troubled on a daily basis by soldiers who had gone absent without leave or simply deserted. Such matters were not of great interest and attracted little attention." - p.98 in David Barrat, The Islington Murder Mystery. Orsam Books 2012. A useful source of incidental information about conditions in London in 1915; non-fiction but may be shelved with fiction in some libraries.