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The Socialist 13 July 2011

Take over Murdoch's press

The Socialist issue 679

Take over Murdoch's press!

The media 'lie factory' exposed

Nothing New in the World at Wapping


Hidden by hacking scandal, Cameron seeks wholesale privatisation of services

Jobs not Cuts


Con-Dem 'reforms' promise misery for disabled people and must be fought!


Southampton: Anger grows as workers face the sack

Stop the jobs slaughter at Bombardier, Derby

'Fire and rehire': Shropshire council sacks 6,500 workers

Unison - name the day for action

CWU elections

Workplace news in brief


Needed - a workers' alternative in London 2012 elections

Support for Jarrow March at the Durham Miners' Gala

Merseyside Socialist Party - going forward with confidence

Opposing the racist and hooligan EDL

Tamil Solidarity Old Trafford protest


Greece's debt crisis: No way out for workers under capitalism


From a Spark to a Flame

 
 

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CWU elections

Voting starts for the National and Industrial executive committees of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) on 18 July.

These elections come at a crucial time for CWU members. Many members in the Postal constituency feel that the anti-Royal Mail privatisation campaign has been ineffective and in Telecoms the executive has delivered a pay freeze, two years of below inflation pay increases, the widespread use of contractual overtime for field engineers and the continuance of BT's oppressive performance management culture.

Socialist Party members are part of the Communication Workers Broad Left (CWBL).

Clive Walder

The Socialist Party would urge support for the following candidates:

National Executive Council (NEC) seats

  • CATTERALL Steve Central & West Lancs
  • HEATHER Gary Greater London Combined
  • TILL Jeffrey Greater London Combined
  • WALDER Clive Birmingham, Black Country & Worcester

Telecoms & Financial Services Executive (TFSE) - BT and other seats

  • ALLEYNE Gus Birmingham
  • BROWETT Steve South London, Surrey and North Hampshire
  • CATTERALL Steve Central & West Lancs
  • TILL Jeffrey Greater London Combined
  • WALDER Clive Birmingham, Black Country & Worcester

Telecoms & Financial Services Executive (TFSE) - Telefonica O2 UK seat

  • WALMSLEY Sandra Manchester Clerical

Postal Executive Committee (PEC)

  • DAVIES Huw North West London C&C
  • KEENLYSIDE Pete Greater Manchester Amal

In this issue


News International

Take over Murdoch's press!

The media 'lie factory' exposed

Nothing New in the World at Wapping


Socialist Party news and analysis

Hidden by hacking scandal, Cameron seeks wholesale privatisation of services

Jobs not Cuts


Socialist Party feature - disability rights

Con-Dem 'reforms' promise misery for disabled people and must be fought!


Socialist Party workplace news

Southampton: Anger grows as workers face the sack

Stop the jobs slaughter at Bombardier, Derby

'Fire and rehire': Shropshire council sacks 6,500 workers

Unison - name the day for action

CWU elections

Workplace news in brief


Socialist Party reports and campaigns

Needed - a workers' alternative in London 2012 elections

Support for Jarrow March at the Durham Miners' Gala

Merseyside Socialist Party - going forward with confidence

Opposing the racist and hooligan EDL

Tamil Solidarity Old Trafford protest


International socialist news and analysis

Greece's debt crisis: No way out for workers under capitalism


Socialist Party review

From a Spark to a Flame


 

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