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Posted on 6 September 2009 at 0:00 GMT

Videos of the National Shop Stewards Network conference, Saturday 27 June 2009


Keith Gibson, Socialist Party member and a leading member of the Lindsey Oil Refinery strike committee, speaks about the strike. (Parts one and two)

Part one

Keith Gibson, LOR strike commtittee speaks to the National Shop Stewards Network conference 2009, photo Socialist Party

Keith Gibson, LOR strike commtittee speaks to the National Shop Stewards Network conference 2009, photo Socialist Party

Keith Gibson, LOR strike commtittee, part one. Windows Media Video (8 mins)

Part two

Keith Gibson, LOR strike Committee, speaking at the National Shop Stewards Network conference 2009, photo Socialist Party

Keith Gibson, LOR strike Committee, speaking at the National Shop Stewards Network conference 2009, photo Socialist Party

Keith Gibson, LOR strike commtittee part two, Windows Media Video (8 mins)


Joe Higgins, Irish Socialist Party member recently elected to the European Parliament, explains how the Socialist Party in Ireland won the support of the working people of Dublin, beating the governing capitalist party and depriving them, for the first time, of a seat in the capital city of Ireland. (NSS$N videos parts three to five)

Part three

Joe Higgins MEP addresses the National Shop Stewards Network, photo by Socialist Party

Joe Higgins MEP addresses the National Shop Stewards Network, photo by Socialist Party

Joe Higgins MEP part one, Windows Media Video (7 mins)

Part four

Joe Higgins MEP addresses the National Shop Stewards Network, photo by Socialist Party

Joe Higgins MEP addresses the National Shop Stewards Network, photo by Socialist Party

Joe Higgins MEP, part two, Windows Media Video (8 mins)

Part five

Joe Higgins MEP addresses the National Shop Stewards Network, photo by Socialist Party

Joe Higgins MEP addresses the National Shop Stewards Network, photo by Socialist Party

Joe Higgins MEP, part three, Windows Media Video (8 mins)


Video highlights:

Part six

Video: John McInally and Linda Taaffe at NSSN conference 2009

Video: John McInally and Linda Taaffe at NSSN conference 2009

John McInally, Vice President, Public and Commercial Services Union PCS.Linda Taaffe, Secretary of the National Shop Stewards Network

John McInally and Linda Taaffe Windows Media Video (9 mins)


Part seven

Video: Brian Caton and Mark Palfrey at NSSN conference 2009

Video: Brian Caton and Mark Palfrey at NSSN conference 2009

Brian Caton, General secretary, Prison Officers Association, which took illegal action after the POA's right to strike was removed by the Labour government. Mark Palfrey, London division of the postal workers union CWU, explains the case for the postal workers' strike action.

Brian Caton and Mark Palfrey Windows Media Video (8 Mins)


Part eight

Clara Osagiede, the RMT Cleaners Grade Secretary for the London Underground tells of the cleaners

Clara Osagiede, the RMT Cleaners Grade Secretary for the London Underground tells of the cleaners' struggle for a living wage.

Platform speakers:Construction worker Owen Morris explains about the Lindsey dispute. London RMT Steward Andy Littlechild discusses the recent London Underground 48 hour strikes. Clara Osagiede, the RMT Cleaners Grade Secretary for the London Underground tells of the cleaners' struggle for a living wage.

Construction, RMT and cleaners strikes (9 mins)


Part nine

Video: Belfast Visteon sacked convenor John Maguire

Video: Belfast Visteon sacked convenor John Maguire

Belfast Visteon sacked convenor John Maguire addresses the National Shop Stewards Network conference, explaining how they won a victory against Visteon, which sacked the entire workforce at six minutes notice without a penny.

John Maguire (9 mins)


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No2EU commission

Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor, chair of the Campaign for a New Workers Party and leading No2EU candidate in the West Midlands, and Garry Hassell, Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Executive member, discuss the success of the No2EU election campaign at the No2EU commission

Part one

Garry Hassell, RMT executive, at the No2EU commission at the National Shop Stewards Network

Garry Hassell, RMT executive, at the No2EU commission at the National Shop Stewards Network

Part one: Garry Hassell speaks (9 mins)

Part two

Dave Nellist at the No2EU commission at the National Shop Stewards Network

Dave Nellist at the No2EU commission at the National Shop Stewards Network

Part two: Garry Hassell (concludes) and Dave Nellist (opening remarks) (9 mins)

Part three

Dave Nellist at the No2EU commission at the National Shop Stewards Network

Dave Nellist at the No2EU commission at the National Shop Stewards Network

Part three: Dave Nellist concludes (9 mins)

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