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The Socialist 16 April 2008

‘We’re striking against low pay’

'We're striking against low pay'

Birmingham strike

Editorial: 24 April strikes: step forward in pay battle


Unison witch-hunt: Defend 'the four'

Stop the witch hunts!

National Shop Stewards Network


Re-elect a fighting PCS leadership

News in brief


Global food prices: anger erupts in mass protests

How the other 0.01% live


Elections 2008

Health campaigners fight council cuts

Standing up for socialism: candidate list

Campaign for a New Workers Party - conference 2008


The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill: why all the controversy?


Housing crisis: Britain's house of cards

Tax attack hits low paid workers

Water 'regulators' hide real prices


Rising class struggles across Europe

Italian election: new Berlusconi victory will provoke mass opposition

France 1968: 10 million workers occupied factories

France 1968: month of revolution by Clare Doyle

The radical life of Martin Luther King


Portsmouth Activists Academy day of debate

 
 

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National Shop Stewards Network

second conference

Saturday 28 June, 11.30-4.30

South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London (near Kings Cross/Euston stations).

Speakers include: Bob Crow RMT, Mark Serwotka PCS, Brian Caton POA, plus shop stewards from disputes around the country.

All shop stewards and workplace reps are invited to the conference.

Delegates' fee: £5. Please make cheques payable to National Shop Stewards Network and send to: NSSN PO Box 58262 London N1 1ET. www.shopstewards.net. Email davechapple@btinternet.com. Phone 0208 522 1156


Greg Tucker

Trade unionists will be sorry to hear of the death on 6 April of Greg Tucker, an enthusiastic supporter of the National Shop Stewards Network. Greg was a member of the RMT rail union and a shop steward for many years. He played an important role in helping to get the NSSN off the ground, even when suffering from throat cancer.


In this issue

'We're striking against low pay'

Birmingham strike

Editorial: 24 April strikes: step forward in pay battle


Unison witch-hunt

Unison witch-hunt: Defend 'the four'

Stop the witch hunts!

National Shop Stewards Network


Workplace news and analysis

Re-elect a fighting PCS leadership

News in brief


Global food crisis

Global food prices: anger erupts in mass protests

How the other 0.01% live


Socialist Party election campaign

Elections 2008

Health campaigners fight council cuts

Standing up for socialism: candidate list

Campaign for a New Workers Party - conference 2008


Socialist Party feature

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill: why all the controversy?


Socialist Party news and views

Housing crisis: Britain's house of cards

Tax attack hits low paid workers

Water 'regulators' hide real prices


International socialist news and analysis

Rising class struggles across Europe

Italian election: new Berlusconi victory will provoke mass opposition

France 1968: 10 million workers occupied factories

France 1968: month of revolution by Clare Doyle

The radical life of Martin Luther King


Socialist Students

Portsmouth Activists Academy day of debate


 

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