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From The Socialist newspaper, 19 February 2020
London bus rep dismissal update
Protest in support of Moe outside his hearing, 13.2.20, photo by Socialist Party (Click to enlarge)
In the last issue of the Socialist we reported that London Unite the Union bus rep Moe Muhsin Manir was awaiting a disciplinary hearing on 13 February which could result in dismissal.
Moe wants to thank the huge support that he has received, from his workmates in Abellio to reps and activists across the labour and trade union movement. He is waiting for confirmation of his hearing but we're hopeful of positive news.
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The results of austerity have been graphically demonstrated as public services strain to cope with the crisis.
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In The Socialist 19 February 2020:
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