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The Socialist 1 July 2020

Tories put profit before lives

The Socialist issue 1093

A socialist NHS fit for heroes


PCS: Change in leadership needed to secure union's future

Come to the NSSN conference

Sunday trading: Government blinks first

Trade unionists stand in solidarity with Maxine Peake

Equity union president elections

Tower Hamlets council strike

MoJ cleaners' covid outbreak


Workers need a new mass party to defend their interests


Tories put profit before lives

Boris's new big deal

Tory full return to school plans gamble with lives

Yes to self-identity: Fight for trans rights

Benefits system being used to force return to unsafe workplaces

Leeds City Council in danger of bankruptcy

Capitalism and corruption go hand in hand

Plastic waste ignored

News in brief


I left Labour and want to end capitalism - join us in Socialist Party

Cardiff community fights nursery closure: Council must step in

Fighting Fund: Target smashed by half time

Black Lives Matter has not stopped - protesters flock to Socialists

Selling the Socialist

Red flags line road for Ken Douglas


75th anniversary of the Attlee Labour government


From slavery to Black Lives Matter - racism and capitalist injustice exposed

Readers' opinion

 
 
 
 
 

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Come to the NSSN conference

Come to the 2020 NSSN conference (via Zoom!)

Come to the 2020 NSSN conference (via Zoom!)   (Click to enlarge)

2020 conference - Saturday 4 July 11am-2pm

Rob Williams, NSSN chair

The NSSN Conference is a vital forum for trade unionists to come together to discuss our experiences during these crisis-ridden times, and forge a strategy that protects our safety in the workplace, and defends our jobs and income.

The economic and health effects of the Covid-19 pandemic is showing on a daily basis that fighting union organisation is a necessity for workers.

Come and take part in the biggest annual event that brings together fighting rank-and-file union members and campaigners, such as the parents who have organised with education workers against the Tories' reckless re-opening of schools, and the anti-racist protesters who have exploded into action after the killing of George Floyd in the USA.

Agenda (approx times)

  • 10am registration opens
  • 11 am - 12.30pm - Main plenary session including financial appeal/affiliation and request for new steering committee members
  • Break for 15-30 minutes
  • Workshops:
  • Fighting closures and redundancies
  • Discriminating conditions of BAME workers exposed by Corona and Black Lives Matter, how to defend and fight back for our rights
  • Young workers - organising and fighting in the workplace
  • The NHS - reversing privatisation and cuts
  • Unionising social care
  • Education on the front line
  • Unionised workplaces, safe workplaces
  • Housing in crisis
  • Facing further austerity - fighting cuts in the councils and on transport

To join the conference email info@shopstewards.net with your name and union


In this issue


No going back

A socialist NHS fit for heroes


Workplace news

PCS: Change in leadership needed to secure union's future

Come to the NSSN conference

Sunday trading: Government blinks first

Trade unionists stand in solidarity with Maxine Peake

Equity union president elections

Tower Hamlets council strike

MoJ cleaners' covid outbreak


What we think

Workers need a new mass party to defend their interests


News

Tories put profit before lives

Boris's new big deal

Tory full return to school plans gamble with lives

Yes to self-identity: Fight for trans rights

Benefits system being used to force return to unsafe workplaces

Leeds City Council in danger of bankruptcy

Capitalism and corruption go hand in hand

Plastic waste ignored

News in brief


Campaigns

I left Labour and want to end capitalism - join us in Socialist Party

Cardiff community fights nursery closure: Council must step in

Fighting Fund: Target smashed by half time

Black Lives Matter has not stopped - protesters flock to Socialists

Selling the Socialist

Red flags line road for Ken Douglas


Lessons from history

75th anniversary of the Attlee Labour government


Readers' opinion

From slavery to Black Lives Matter - racism and capitalist injustice exposed

Readers' opinion


 

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