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Workplace and TU campaigns / Strike


26 September 2014

Local government pay: Reject employers' proposal

Build October strikes to move them further: It appears that the local government employers have made a set of new proposals in the pay dispute to the unions - Unison, Unite and the GMB, writes Build October strikes to move them further.

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24 September 2014

NHS workers vote to strike

Health workers in Unison have voted by 68% for full strike action over pay, with 88% in favour of action short of a strike. We are striking for our patients and their carers, as well as ourselves

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24 September 2014

Care UK: 'We'll fight them all the way'

Doncaster Care UK workers in the Unison union, who were last year transferred from the NHS with 35% pay cuts, will start their next 21 days of strike action at 7am on 29 September

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24 September 2014

Croydon leisure centre strike for decent wages

Unite members working at five leisure centres in Croydon, south London, took strike action on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 September against pay cuts by their private sector employer Fusion Leisure

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24 September 2014

Workplace news in brief

10 an hour now!: Fast Food Rights campaign supporters, spearheaded by the BFAWU bakers' union, demonstrated outside Labour's national conference in Manchester demanding the banning of zero-hour contracts and the introduction of a universal 10 an hour minimum wage

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Hackney council workers striking for better pay on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

24 September 2014

United strike action can win

Support the October pay walkouts: The image of a homeless person rummaging through a bin for food is sadly quite common. But now many low paid workers are also being forced into that situation, writes Jean Thorpe, Nottingham City Unison rep, personal capacity.

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24 September 2014

Civil servants to strike on 15 October

Almost a quarter of a million civil servants will take part in 72 hours of action in the public sector by striking on Wednesday 15 October

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22 September 2014

College lecturers join 14 October strike

University and College Union members from more than 300 FE colleges will be joining the 14 October strike of local government workers

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17 September 2014

We're Not Going Back

Theatre review: We're Not Going Back is a musical comedy set during the 1984-85 miners' strike. You follow the story of three sisters, all completely different, but united by one cause, to set up a branch of Women Against Pit Closures

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17 September 2014

Film review: Pride - How solidarity overcame prejudice

A new film Pride, released 12 September, dramatises the founding of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) and shows the London group's work during the 1984-85 miners' strike

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17 September 2014

Ritzy cinema workers win 26% pay rise

Bectu union members at the Ritzy cinema in Brixton, London, have won a major victory in their fight against low pay and for the Living Wage with a 26% pay increase over three years, writes Laurence Maples, Lambeth Socialist Party.

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17 September 2014

Them & Us

Back to the future: Government austerity has resulted in spending on public services falling to the lowest share of national income since 1938, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility

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10 September 2014

NUT members angry at lack of October strike action

I was recently elected as National Union of Teachers (NUT) executive member with a manifesto clearly stating we needed to escalate strike action, writes Jane Nellist, NUT executive member (personal capacity).

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10 September 2014

Workplace news in brief

London bus demo: Unite's "Driving Up Pay" campaign aims to win a common contract across all London's bus companies

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10 September 2014

Care UK workers set for longest NHS strike

Dave Honeybone, lead Unison steward at Doncaster Care UK, spoke to the Socialist about the latest developments in their pay strike

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8 September 2014

NSSN rally: Building pressure for the widest possible coordinated anti-austerity action

Linda Taaffe, secretary of the National Shops Steward Network, welcomed over 150 people to a rally on 7 September near the conference centre in Liverpool hosting the TUC congress.

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3 September 2014

Ritzy cinema workers continue living wage struggle

Workers at the Ritzy cinema in Brixton, south London, have been involved in a long, bold campaign for the London Living Wage of 8.80 an hour, writes Laurence Maples.

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3 September 2014

Rally for history's longest strike

In April 1914 Kitty and Tom Higdon, teachers at Burston Village School in Norfolk, were sacked for their socialist and trade unionist activities

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