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Workplace and TU campaigns / Trade union


7 April 2014

30 years ago: The Broad Left Organising Committee's huge impact

30 years ago a national conference took place in Sheffield organised by BLOC. The meeting coincided with the start of the miners' strike in March 1984, writes Bill Mullins

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26 March 2014

Industrial struggle

20. The savage attacks required to achieve this will provoke mass opposition from the working class. However, the failure of the trade union leaders to lead the struggle against austerity can mean that

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13 March 2014

Labour council removes trade union facilities

On 1 April Carmarthenshire Labour-led council will be removing the trade union secondments for Unison, GMB and Unite

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12 February 2014

State attacks trade union action

The RMT strike on 6 February saw one of the most serious attacks by the state on trade union organisation in decades

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5 February 2014

Trade unions - time to break Labour link is now!

Is this the end for the unions and Labour? In response to the Collins Review proposals to 'reform' the link between the unions and Labour, Mirror columnist Kevin Maguire declared: "It is time for the trade unions to march proudly out of Labour's front door instead of being slowly bundled out of the back"

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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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Mitie cleaning workers striking for decent pay on 21 January 2014, photo Neil Cafferky

Mitie cleaning workers striking for decent pay on 21 January 2014, photo Neil Cafferky

22 January 2014

Real living wage now

End poverty pay scandal: The Con-Dems tell us we're in a 'recovery'. Well, it doesn't feel that way to most of us. Far from it

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11 November 2013

The case for joint coordinated industrial action

In light of recent setbacks for the working class, does the trade union movement need to reconsider how it uses industrial action? John McInally writes

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6 November 2013

Trade union action needed to protect London NHS

The campaign to stop cuts in Barts Health NHS Trust has entered a new phase

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5 November 2013

End the witch hunt of Stevie Deans and Unite

Sections of the capitalist media and the Tory Party leadership have gone into overdrive in their denunciation of the trade union Unite and its former convener at Grangemouth, Stephen Deans

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Unite protest, photo P Mattsson

25 October 2013

Trade unions must learn lessons from Grangemouth setback

Ineos owner and billionaire Jim Ratcliffe has announced a reversal of the company's plan to shut the petrochemical plant at Grangemouth [Updated 29.10.13]

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23 October 2013

A mass campaign can save Grangemouth

Without a moment's thought to the human cost, Ineos bosses today announced the closure of the petrochemical plant at Grangemouth

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23 October 2013

Grangemouth: a fight we can't afford to lose

Outrageously Grangemouth oil refinery and petrochemical plant workers have been told to sign up to a draconian package of cuts to their terms and conditions, or the company, Ineos, will refuse to restart the plant, writes Philip Stott, Socialist Party Scotland (CWI).

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21 October 2013

Grangemouth - latest news

Ineos are playing a game of Russian roulette with the Grangemouth plant and the jobs of more than 1,300 workers

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16 October 2013

Trade union-led anti-racist demo

Thousands joined an anti-EDL demonstration in Liverpool, called by Unite the Union

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27 September 2013

Victory for workers against anti-union boss at King & Fowler

Metal workers in Liverpool achieve stunning victory after six strikes

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25 September 2013

Labour conference - no socialist policies

What we think: Asked by a member of the public when he would "bring back socialism" Ed Miliband replied: "that is what we are doing, Sir". Unfortunately, it would be impossible to spot socialist policies at this year's Labour conference.

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19 September 2013

Stop privatisation of Probation Service

On 19 September Chris Grayling put the Probation Service up for sale in the European Journal. The trade union Napo called widespread lunchtime protests.

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Janice Godrich, President of PCS. addresses NSSN lobby of TUC congress 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

Janice Godrich, photo Paul Mattsson

11 September 2013

Disaffiliate from pro-capitalist Labour

In a speech at the 2013 congress of the TUC, PCS president Janice Godrich set out the reality of Austerity Britain: 13 million people live in poverty, up by a million since the Coalition came to power; 1.8 million families are on housing waiting lists; half a million people are now reliant on food banks

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NSSN lobby of TUC congress September 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

NSSN lobby of TUC congress September 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

11 September 2013

Let's organise an autumn of action against austerity

In the last 12 months the destruction of the NHS, the proposed privatisation of Royal Mail, the disappearance of vital council services in whole swathes of the country, together with the scandals of blacklisting and zero-hour contracts, have contributed to a seething anger which is reflected even in the TUC

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