Reports and Campaigns
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24 April 2013
Up to 200 trade unionists, workers and campaigners lobbied the TUC general council this morning, 24th April
17 April 2013
No ifs, no buts...: The death of Thatcher has revealed the deep class polarisation that existed under her governments and still exists in British society, writes Rob Williams, Socialist Party industrial organiser.
13 February 2013
The prison officers' union held a lobby of parliament on 13 February against prison closures, overcrowding and privatisation
16 January 2013
On 10 January the closure of seven public sector prisons was announced. Bullwood Hall, Camp Hill, Canterbury, Gloucester, Kingston, Shepton Mallet and Shrewsbury are due to close by 31 March...
29 August 2012
Dozens of inmates at Prescoed prison in Monmouthshire are being bussed out to a call centre to work for just £3 a day. PJ McParlin gives the POA's response
22 August 2012
Members of the prison workers' union POA have voted overwhelmingly to reject the final offer on changes to their pension scheme. The main attacks proposed are to force prison officers to work until they are 68 and to change the indexation from RPI to the generally lower measure, CPI.
16 May 2012
Interview: On 10 May, members of the POA prison workers' union took part in protest meetings outside prisons against pension cuts. POA assistant general secretary Joe Simpson speaks about the action.
25 January 2012
Victory for POA: The European Court of Human Rights have accepted the prison officers' union application for restoration of trade union rights, writes Domenico Hill.
19 January 2012
The POA are delighted that the European Court of Human Rights have accepted the Union's application for restoration of Trade Union Rights, writes Steve Gillan General Secretary of the POA stated:.
7 September 2011
Glyn Travis and Joe Simpson, assistant secretaries of the prison workers’ union POA set out some of the key issues in prisons following the riots
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