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13 February 2019

Ten years since Lindsey strike: when militant action stopped the 'race to the bottom'

On the basis of class struggle, workers democratically negotiated solutions to supposedly conflicting interests

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13 February 2019

France: striking workers confront Macron

The gilets jaunes have awoken, on the part of millions, a deep will to revolt - even to make a revolution

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13 February 2019

To end climate change we need to fight for socialist change!

15 February youth strike for climate: We welcome this youth strike - mass collective action is what is required

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13 February 2019

Workplace and union news in brief

Glasgow strike victory; Bradford bus victory; union action in Hackney; oil tanker strike; Irish nurses strike; home care doorstepping; Woolwich ferry walkout

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13 February 2019

Enfield: striking against academisation - fighting for a no-cuts budget

Big picket lines, lots of support from parents, lots of solidarity visits from other trade unionists - four days of action

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13 February 2019

Leicester college workers refuse to accept cut in terms and conditions

"Management has attempted to appeal directly to staff rather than negotiating with elected workplace representatives"

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6 February 2019

Historic strike of nurses in Ireland

Nearly 40,000 nurses and other health workers in Ireland started a 24-hour strike on 30 January to demand a pay rise. Their union, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, has more strike days planned in February.

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6 February 2019

Traffic wardens' strike is just the ticket

London traffic warden strikes for better pay.

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6 February 2019

College lecturers strike for a pay rise

Reports of college strikes around the country for better pay.

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6 February 2019

Sweden: dock strikes test new government

Dock workers in Sweden are striking for their trade union rights. The employers have closed down their union offices and stopped recognising elected representatives of their main union.

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6 February 2019

France gilets jaunes' backed by mass strike action

The 'gilets jaunes' (yellow vests) movement in France is by no means over. Saturday 2 February saw 'Act 13' of the series of weekend demonstrations, swelled by anger at the blinding by rubber bullets of gilets jaunes protesters including a prominent member of the movement, Jerome Rodrigues.

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6 February 2019

United States: LA teachers' strike defeats privatisers

After a six-day strike, the United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) union ratified a new contract with the Los Angeles Unified School District in California on 22 January.

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6 February 2019

United States: strike ends federal shutdown

Unofficial action by airport workers has forced Donald Trump to end the longest unpaid 'furlough' of government employees in history

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30 January 2019

Teachers vote 83% for strikes

The recent indicative ballot of 82,500 teachers in England in the National Education Union (NEU) saw an overwhelming 85% vote for strike action.

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23 January 2019

Mass strike wins historic step towards victory in equal pay battle

Unions representing 13,000 Glasgow council workers have an "agreement in principle" to end low-paid women's pay injustice

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23 January 2019

Theatre: Rouse, Ye Women to tell story of 1910 chainmakers' strike

Interview: breaking the chains of oppression

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23 January 2019

Bristol Deliveroo workers walk out

Bristol Deliveroo workers took strike action on the evening of Friday 18 January

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16 January 2019

Hundreds join Manc RMT picket line in solidarity after far-right attack

This followed the recent attack on pickets by a far-right group

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16 January 2019

The 1979 'Winter of Discontent'

It was the biggest stoppage in Britain since the 1926 general strike

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9 January 2019

Solid strike by Arriva bus drivers

650 bus drivers, members of Unite the Union employed by Arriva, commenced a week-long strike on 6 January in a dispute over low pay. Drivers based at Darlington, Durham, Redcar and Stockton believe they are the second-lowest paid Arriva bus drivers in the country.

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