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From The Socialist newspaper, 6 September 2017
Strike together for better pay
Barts NHS Trust workers striking for decent pay, photo by Paul Mattsson (Click to enlarge)
NSSN lobby of TUC 10 September
This summer has seen a wave of strikes. Now we need determined coordinated action across the public sector to smash the pay cap and fight for a £10 an hour minimum wage for all.
The National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) is again organising a rally at the TUC Congress in Brighton on Sunday 10 September. Over five million public sector workers have seen their income plummet because of the Tory pay cap.
The rally will bring together the leaders of some of the most militant unions with union reps and activists from the many disputes that have broken out this summer.
This action shows the support that pay strikes across the public sector would get from workers everywhere who are suffering at the moment. It's time to fight together!
Fight together to scrap the Tory pay cap!
- National Shop Stewards Network rally at TUC Congress
- Sunday 10 September at 1pm, Arundel Suite, Holiday Inn, 137 King's Road, Brighton BN1 2JF - all welcome
- Speakers: John McDonnell, shadow chancellor; Len McCluskey, Unite general secretary; Len Hockey, Unite Barts NHS Trust branch secretary; Mark Serwotka, PCS general secretary; Steve Gillan, POA general secretary; Ronnie Draper, BFAWU general secretary; Sean Hoyle, RMT president; Amy Murphy, Usdaw southern division EC member and a striking Birmingham bin worker. Chaired by Janice Godrich, PCS president
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