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Women munitions workers during World War One

20 August 2014

Protests, strikes and equality: Women in World War One

In this anniversary year there is likely to be scant attention given to the militant struggles of working class women during the four years of brutal conflict, where class divisions remained a feature of everyday life

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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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10 Now! photo Senan

10 Now! photo Senan

16 July 2014

Raise the minimum wage: 10 NOW

"If we are to stop future generations spiralling into never ending poverty, we have to support and more importantly campaign for a minimum wage of 10 now"

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9 July 2014

New Tory attacks on trade union strikes

Education minister Michael Gove has followed London Mayor Boris Johnson and other right-wing Tories to demand tighter new rules for strike ballots, which they believe would put an end to virtually all public sector strikes

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Youth Fight for Jobs on the 21 June 2014 People's Assembly demo, photo Sarah Wrack

25 June 2014

People's Assembly demo shows anti-austerity anger

On 21 June, a demonstration called by the People's Assembly marched to parliament to show opposition to austerity

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Unite Health members on the 2012 Oct 20th TUC demo, photo Senan

25 June 2014

How can Unite lead fight against cuts?

Around 700 delegates and 100 youth observers will attend Unite's policy conference that begins on 30 June and will set the union's agenda for the next two years

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The NSSN in action protesting against blacklisting at a Crossrail site in London, photo Paul Mattsson

4 June 2014

Come to NSSN conference!

Build for co-ordinated strike action against austerity on 10 July and beyond

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4 June 2014

Leeds unions prepare for action

The trade unions within Leeds City Council's collective agreement - Unison, GMB, Unite and Ucatt, through the JTUC have formally notified the employer of our opposition to the cuts it is proposing

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28 May 2014

Workplace news in brief

Construction workers protest: NSSN members and other trade unionists joined construction workers on a day of action on 23 May

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NUT marching in Bristol, 26.3.14 , photo Matt Carey

28 May 2014

NUT supports coordinated action on 10 July

The NUT's executive voted to prepare to give notice for strike action on 10 July

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14 May 2014

Building Labour: when workers first formed own party

Throughout the 19th century it was seen as unquestionable that the Liberal Party - an alliance of industrial capitalists and the urban middle classes - should be the party supported by workers, and that this would always be the case

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7 May 2014

RMT forces London Underground to back down

RMT has won important changes in London Underground's proposals for job cuts and re-organisation on the tube

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23 April 2014

Workers' Memorial Day: strike for safety

Workers' Memorial Day is on 28 April. In many towns and cities, construction workers and their trade union branches will take a lead in organising activities

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9 April 2014

Break with pro-cuts Labour now

A Labour defeat, said Unite general secretary Len McCluskey, was likely if it went into the 2015 general election promising "a pale shade of austerity"

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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

Mass workers' party

50. Despite Labour's role in power at local level, the majority of trade union leaders encourage their members to cling to the hope that a Labour government will come to their rescue - despite all evidence

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26 March 2014

An array of flashpoints

40. Even while the blockage at the top seems immovable, the working class can find ways round it. Explosions can take place on all kinds of issues, sometimes of a seemingly secondary character, as workers

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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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17 March 2014

The trade unions and the socialist case for Scottish independence

John McInally, vice-president of the PCS union, argues (in a personal capacity) that socialists should campaign for a Yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum but on the basis of a distinct, independent, working class position

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TUSC candidate Lois Austin speaking outside the Labour Party special conference, 1.3.14

5 March 2014

Need for new mass workers' party is undeniable

After a conference that lasted just two hours... it was gone! By adopting the Collins Review, Labour effectively ended any lingering pretence of an organised trade union presence in the party that the unions created over a century ago.

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