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1 May 2013
On 3 May, after nearly six years of a tortuous fight with the Unison bureaucracy, an employment tribunal remedy hearing is to be held...
1 May 2013
Local government employers have come back with their so-called final offer for this year's pay deal - a miserable 1%, writes Glenn Kelly.
10 April 2013
Vote for Socialist Party and United Left candidates.
Elections for Unison's national executive (NEC) start on 22 April and run until 24 May.
20 March 2013
Socialist Party member Glenn Kelly has been re-elected secretary of Unison's Bromley council branch
19 July 2011
Bromley council Unison's officers and stewards have resigned from Unison and are to join Unite
3 March 2011
Four Socialist Party members, unjustly suspended from office by Unison, have won a major victory at an employment tribunal...
2 February 2011
Four Socialist Party members were disciplined by Unison on trumped-up charges of racism, after producing a leaflet at the 2007 Unison conference, challenging the Standing Orders Committee (SOC) about ruling resolutions off the conference agenda, writes Glenn Kelly.
28 January 2011
Witch-hunt ruled illegal: UNISON's leadership has spent three years and tens of thousands of pounds witch-hunting some of its most effective fighters. Today an Employment Tribunal has ruled that campaign of bullying to be unlawful
18 August 2010
Care workers in Bromley, south east London, will fight plans to end elderly and disabled home care, following a workplace meeting of 100 carers on Monday 16 August...
7 July 2010
The public sector union Unison has announced the timetable for national executive (NEC) by-elections, including the local government male seat that was held by Socialist Party member Glenn Kelly...
23 June 2010
'We will fight the bloodbath budget': AS A council workers' representative I sat awaiting our fate from part one of the Con-Dem government's bloodbath budget. Now it's time for us to send them a message, writes Glenn Kelly, Bromley UNISON.
23 June 2010
Unison's national delegate conference met in Bournemouth on 15-18 June. Against the background of the attacks of the Con-Dem government on public services and public sector workers, this was the most...
17 March 2010
EIGHTY PEOPLE from Unison branches across London took part in a protest against the appalling actions of the union's leadership in the witch-hunt against four Socialist Party members.
Outside Congress House, where the London region of Unison has its offices, Unison members burned letters from the regional secretary, Linda Perks.
10 March 2010
Dawn raids on Unison branch offices: Fifteen unelected Unison trade union officials raided the Unison offices in Bromley and Greenwich in south London and the Tenant Services Authority in central London in the early morning of Friday 5 March, writes Paula Mitchell, London Socialist Party secretary.
5 March 2010
Defend the four newsletter: Following the mitigation hearings Glenn Kelly (Bromely), Suzanne Muna (Housing Association), Onay Kasab (Greenwich) and Brian Debus (Hackney) have all been banned from holding any office in Unison...
3 February 2010
Following the announcement of an election for the general secretary of Unison, a meeting of the left in the union took place on 30 January. This was an attempt to reach a consensus on standing one left candidate to confront the incumbent Dave Prentis, writes Glenn Kelly.
20 January 2010
Four Socialist Party members who are members of Unison, Brian Debus, Glenn Kelly, Suzanne Muna and Onay Kasab, are being witch-hunted by their own union...
13 January 2010
Between 15 and 18 December 2009, the case of four Unison branch officers under threat of suspension from office reached its dramatic conclusion at an employment tribunal, a Unison member writes.
9 December 2009
AS PREVIOUSLY reported, four London Unison activists and Socialist Party members are facing a ban from holding office in Unison for three to five years...
5 December 2009
Fighting Privatisation: NEW LABOUR'S big idea for its second term of office is more privatisation. They argue private companies can make profits at the same time as providing decent public services. New Labour claims all public...
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