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18 September 2014

The struggle for decent social care - a personal account

Much of the social care system has been sold off to the private sector. Ann Parkes describes her desperate struggle to gain decent care for her husband

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17 September 2014

TUC congress: Reject Carney's 'equality of sacrifice'

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) met on 7-10 September off the back of the longest continuous decline in working class living standards in 100 years, writes Neil Cafferky.

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Workers' action can stop NHS cuts and privatisation, photo Paul Mattsson

Workers' action can stop NHS cuts and privatisation, photo Paul Mattsson

3 September 2014

Strike to save the NHS

Health workers balloted to join 14 October public sector action: While NHS bosses hold secret meetings with private health companies looking to get their greasy hands on 1 billion worth of public money, NHS workers have seen their pay fall by 15% in real terms since 2010

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Striking in Hackney, London, on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

6 August 2014

Unite to fight pay robbery

- Lobby the TUC on 7 September
- Coordinate strikes on 14 October
- Join the TUC London demo on 18 October:

Workers in Britain have been hit by the biggest fall in pay since 1880. Increasingly, work simply does not pay! But as incomes drop, the anger is rising

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6 August 2014

Labour policy forum: continuing Tory austerity

The Labour Party leaders have repeatedly promised to continue this government's policy of cuts. If pro-capitalist Labour wins the next election they guarantee we will face more public sector job losses

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Picketing Hackney Town Hall on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

16 July 2014

J10 strike success: Now build movement to end low pay

"Work should pay, not keep you in poverty." After the 10 July strike of over one million workers, no one could be in any doubt that low pay is a major issue in Britain

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10 July 2014

Reports from 10 July pickets and demonstrations

Public sector workers in nine different unions were out on strike in force - in a magnificent show of strength to demand an end to the pay freeze. Here are reports from some of the pickets and demonstrations during the course of the day

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26 March TUC demonstration, photo Senan

9 July 2014

After 10 July - build workers' movement

Up to two million public sector workers will strike against rotten poverty pay on 10 July (J10). Firefighters are launching eight days of action against pensions robbery. Thousands are taking local action to defend living standards

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9 July 2014

Them & Us

Capita idea: Big business continues to gorge on the public services honey pot, courtesy of the government's privatisation programme

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27 June 2014

GMB council workers to join 10 July strike

The GMB said council and school workers voted by three to one to walk out on 10 July over a pay offer worth 1% to most

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Striking FBU members, Leicester, 12.6.14, photo S Score

12 June 2014

Escalation of FBU dispute begins

FBU members are striking for 24 hours today against attacks on their pension scheme

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Part the 2011 N30 London demo, photo Senan

11 June 2014

10 July: United action can beat austerity

Trade union members want action on the most basic demand of all: pay

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4 June 2014

"Enough is enough!" - 1.5m could strike over pay

On 10 July, 1.5 million public sector workers could be on strike against a derisory pay offer. The Unite, Unison, GMB, NUT and PCS unions could all be walking out together

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4 June 2014

PCS-Unite merger: Will it strengthen our fightback?

One of the main debates at PCS annual conference in May was on a possible merger with Unite the Union, writes John McInally, PCS national vice-president (personal capacity).

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PCS banner in  Trafalgar Square, 1.5.14, photo J Beishon

14 May 2014

PCS: Re-election of a fighting, socialist leadership

Socialist Janice Godrich elected PCS president for 13th time with Democracy Alliance candidates elected to union's executive for the 12th

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30 April 2014

Defending pensions, jobs, pay, services... Back the strikes!

Following national strikes in November and February, firefighters are once again demonstrating their refusal to accept the pension robbery on offer

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Part of the PCS contingent on the 2011 N30 London demo, photo Senan

5 February 2014

PCS: Re-elect fighting, campaigning leadership

The elections for the Public and Commercial Services union leadership start soon

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29 January 2014

Land Registry threatened with sell-off

The Land Registry has been a part of the UK civil service since 1862. However, a consultation currently underway threatens to remove the vast majority of it from the public sector

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4 December 2013

Workplace news in brief

Grangemouth: Grangemouth workers are facing 200 job losses in spite of recently agreeing cuts to pay and working conditions to keep the plant open

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