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Workplace and TU campaigns / Amicus


4 April 2007

Trade union leaders heckled over inaction

Building workers' lobby: OVER 3,000 construction workers descended on London on 28 March for a trade union rally and lobby of parliament against appalling conditions in the building industry...

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30 March 2007

Sacked electricians win tribunal ruling

TONY JONES, TGWU health and safety rep and fellow workers Steve Acheson and Graham Bowker, sacked from the Manchester Royal Infirmary site, have won their tribunal cases...

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29 March 2007

Airbus walkout - joint action needed across Europe

THE VAST majority of the 7,000 strong workforce at the Airbus UK factory at Broughton in North Wales, walked out on strike on 23 March....

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22 March 2007

Lobby for migrant workers' rights

AMICUS IS organising a rally and lobby of parliament to protest against the exploitation of migrant workers in the UK and the undercutting of union-negotiated agreements on pay and conditions...

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22 March 2007

Amicus and TGWU to merge

AS EXPECTED, members of Amicus and the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU) have voted overwhelmingly to support the merger of the two unions...

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8 March 2007

NHS: First priority - a national demonstration

Unison and RCN lobby of parliament in 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

Unison and RCN lobby of parliament in 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

3 March protests: THE 3 March protests to save the NHS, involving thousands of people, show the anger over savage health cuts and the potential for a nationwide campaign of mass protests and industrial action....

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1 February 2007

Power industry: Fight this victimisation

E.ON UK, of which Central Networks is just a part, has around 15,000 employees, Chub is European Works Council delegate for the UK and a lead negotiator...

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15 December 2006

TWGU merger: Build a fighting union

TGWU merger conference: TWO MILLION TGWU and Amicus members are likely to be balloted in early 2007 on creating Britain's largest trade union...

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7 December 2006

Blood service staff prepared to fight job losses

LAST WEEK the National Health Service Blood and Transplant authority (NHSBT) announced their new service strategy which will affect mainly the National Blood Service (NBS)...

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26 October 2006

How can the trade unions regain their strength?

This weekend's RMT railworkers' union conference on rebuilding the shop stewards' movement needs to address these burning issues...

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12 October 2006

Blood service faces cuts

AMICUS MEMBERS in the laboratories of the National Blood Service are considering strike action after management announced a far-reaching restructuring plan which would see at least 50% of the scientific staff made redundant over the next five years...

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21 September 2006

Quote me happy? You must be joking!

NORWICH UNION is dumping another 4,000 workers, half of which will be compulsory redundancies, writes a Norwich Union worker.

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13 July 2006

National Blood Service: Fighting job cuts

AMICUS MEMBERS in the National Blood Service are fighting 200 proposed job losses in the National Blood Service (NBS) laboratories in Birmingham, Southampton and Plymouth, writes Andy Ford, Amicus rep, NBS (personal capacity).

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29 June 2006

Not just: " Lie back and Think of England"

IN APRIL, Peugeot announced the closure of its Ryton plant in Coventry with the direct loss of 2,300 jobs, which also threatens another 6,000 jobs in the West Midlands car industry, writes Alistair Tice.

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22 June 2006

Anger at inept handling of pensions dispute

UNISON local government conference: UNISON'S LOCAL government conference, held prior to the main UNISON conference, exploded into anger at the blatant manoeuvrings of the platform...

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19 January 2006

Are 'super unions' the solution?

DURING THE course of 2005, talks took place between the TGWU, Amicus and the GMB trade unions on the proposal to create a new merged 'super union'...

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29 September 2005

Witch-hunt in Amicus as merger nears

THREE AMICUS members of staff - Des Heemskerk, Jimmy Warne and Cathie Willis - have been suspended from their jobs in Amicus...

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22 September 2005

Rolls Royce action called off

THE NINETY six striking test bed engineers at Rolls Royce in Bristol have now returned to work...

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25 August 2005

Rolls Royce workers vote for strike

A clear majority of workers have voted to defend their Amicus convenor Jerry Hicks who was sacked by Rolls-Royce, Bristol, for defending two of his members...

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28 July 2005

Strike ballot to defend Rolls Royce convenor

A NATIONAL dispute between the workers and management at aircraft engine-maker Rolls Royce looks likely after the sacking of one of the Amicus convenors at the Bristol plant...

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