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Workplace and TU campaigns / Strike


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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3 September 2014

Care UK workers continue fight for decent pay

As we go to press, having already taken 48 days of strike action, Doncaster Care UK workers are in the second week of their current three week strike, writes Alistair Tice.

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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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3 September 2014

Teachers want action from their trade union

At my school in Coventry a number of staff have been out on strike, picketed, attended marches and rallies each time the National Union of Teachers (NUT) have been on strike, writes Nicky Downes.

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22 August 2014

Aslef Central Line tube drivers strike

Aslef union members, drivers on London Underground's Central and Waterloo & City lines, took strike action on Friday 22 August in protest at what the union's Finn Brennan called management's "bullying culture"

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20 August 2014

Surrey council workers look to strike on pay

In April, Surrey county council imposed a two year pay deal broadly in line with the government's austerity measures on pay constraint

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19 August 2014

BT CWU members vote for strike action in latest consultation

In a consultation ballot, 57% voted for a ballot for industrial action now.

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Striking Care UK workers outside the company's Mansion House in Doncaster, 09.08.14, photo Alistair Tice

Striking Care UK workers outside the company's Mansion House in Doncaster, 09.08.14, photo Alistair Tice

12 August 2014

Care UK workers to strike for three weeks

"We're Yorkshire folk, we're like a dog with a bone. We won't give up, we'll never surrender."

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ISS cleaners on the East Coast  mainline on strike, London, 16.9.13, photo Chris Newby

11 August 2014

East Coast Mainline cleaners strike for decent pay

Low paid workers employed by ISS struck on Friday 8 August for 24 hours, with a 48-hour strike to follow

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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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