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5 February 2014

Yorks ambulance workers strike again

On 1 February, Unite members in the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust took part in a further 24-hour strike as part of their long-running dispute, writes Iain Dalton.

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15 January 2014

Workplace news in brief

NSSN affiliate: The Probation Officers union Napo has become the eighth national union to affiliate to the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN)

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11 December 2013

Fight for our NHS: Public health, not private profit

The latest measure of the cuts crisis in the NHS is the revelation that some patients are being forced to wait in ambulances outside hospitals because there is no bed for them and no staff to treat them, writes Alison Hill.

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11 September 2013

Yorkshire Ambulance: The battle against union derecognition

Around 40 Unite members and supporters protested outside Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) headquarters near Wakefield on 3 September

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29 May 2013

Stop the NHS privatisation rip-off

Privatisation of the NHS is demoralising NHS staff as terms and conditions are attacked and staff are ground down by an ever increasing workload, writes Steve Harbord.

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17 April 2013

In Brief

Len McCluskey re-elected as Unite general secretary: Len McCluskey has been re-elected as general secretary of Unite, with 64% of the vote (144,570). Jerry Hicks received 79,819 votes (35%). The turnout was 15.2%...

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Bentley & Doncaster Unite ambulance strikers, photo A Tice

3 April 2013

Unite members strike against derecognition and downgrading

Yorkshire Ambulance Unite members took action on Tuesday against union derecognition and staff downgrading

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3 April 2013

Workplace News in brief

Thera East Midlands: Joe Warner, the (now former) managing director of Thera East Midlands has resigned. Unison members who are in dispute with the company had been wondering where he was!

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27 February 2013

East Midlands Ambulance Service

Why 'Being the Best' puts lives at risk: A consultation report on plans for the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) was published on 7 January 2013...

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30 January 2013

East Midlands: Campaign forces retreat on ambulance station closure

"You can't win", I was told by one onlooker as we marched through Hinckley protesting against the possible closure of our ambulance station...

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20 October 2012 TUC demo against austerity, photo Paul Mattsson

20 October 2012 TUC demo against austerity, photo Paul Mattsson

12 December 2012

Austerity UK: 'I want to live, not just exist'

An ambulance worker fighting the proposed closure of his ambulance station told me recently: "I want to live, not just exist." As a single mother, struggling to even 'exist', I understand this sentiment, writes a public sector worker.

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10 October 2012

Save East Midlands ambulances

Our local ambulances carry the slogan: "Arriva, in partnership with the NHS". Has the bus company generously lent the NHS some vehicles? No, writes Andrew Walton, Unison rep, personal capacity.

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29 August 2012

East Midlands: Save our ambulance service

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) is in a period of consultation over proposals that would mean the closure of around 60 stations, writes Charlie Taylor, Derby.

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On the 'Save the NHS' march, 3 November 2007 , photo Paul Mattsson

On the 'Save the NHS' march, 3 November 2007 , photo Paul Mattsson

15 February 2012

Private hands off our NHS!

Lansley's Bill can be stopped by a mass movement uniting health workers, trade unions and community campaigns, with a national Saturday demonstration to fire the signal that the battle has started, writes Jon Dale

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6 January 2012

Ambulance workers vote for action to defend pensions

NHS ambulance workers in the NHS have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action short of strike action in defence of their pensions...

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Who's banking on the NHS, photomontage by Chris Bird and Leon Kuhn

Who's banking on the NHS, photomontage by Chris Bird and Leon Kuhn

11 May 2011

Fight for the NHS

The Tory/Lib Dem coalition has voted through the Health and Social Care Bill, now at report stage, which will lead to wholesale privatisation of the NHS...

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20 April 2011

"Staggering scale" of London Ambulance service cuts

The recent announcement on cuts to the London Ambulance service has left even the most battle hardened among us astounded at the scale of the cuts, writes Steve Harbord, Unison rep, personal capacity, London Ambulance Service.

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14 April 2011

Staggering scale of London Ambulance service cuts

The recent announcement about cuts to the London Ambulance service has left even the most battle hardened among us astounded at their scale

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2 February 2011

The madness of King George cuts

The four-year campaign to keep the accident and emergency department open at King George hospital, east London, continued on Saturday with another demonstration from the hospital to Ilford town centre, writes Manny Thain.

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22 March 2010

British Airways cabin crew strike: report from the picket line

Cabin crew strikes at BA continued to make headlines across the globe yesterday, as the second day of strike action was as solid as the first...

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