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1 November 2007

Bolton care workers' dispute: Workers' determination yields first signs of success

Since the beginning of October care workers in Bolton have been involved in industrial action to defend terms and conditions of employment which had supposedly been agreed on a national level.... By Robert Mitchell

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11 October 2007

Bolton care workers fight on

Bolton Council is attempting to cut holiday and sick pay for carers by removing the right to claim for 'sleep-ins' (overnight shifts in care homes an essential part of many carers' duties and wages)... By Robert Mitchell

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4 October 2007

Care workers on strike

Bolton: Bolton Council is attempting to cut holiday and sick pay for carers by removing the right to claim for 'sleep-ins', an essential part of many carers' duties and wages... By Robert Mitchell, Bolton Socialist Party

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9 August 2007

Care workers stand firm (report 9/08/07)

Glasgow : "This strike is solid and we are staying out for all 600" said Ann of the Gorbals area team... By Ian Leech SCW UNISON steward (Personal capacity)

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26 July 2007

Support Glasgow's social work strikers

SIX HUNDRED Social Care Workers, members of Unison and employees of Glasgow city council Social Work Services, began all-out indefinite strike action on 24 July in pursuit of their claim for a higher grading....

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26 April 2007

Huddersfield: Fighting against NHS cuts and closures

Ian Slattery, Huddersfield Save our NHS candidate

Ian Slattery, Huddersfield Save our NHS candidate

Huddersfield Socialist Party has been involved in a number of local battles against cuts and privatisation, and is now helping to develop the various campaigns further through fighting for anti-cuts candidates in the 3 May lo...

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26 April 2007

Southampton: Save our Services!

IN SOUTHAMPTON, Socialists are backing the building of a united campaign of taxpayers and council workers to stop over 6 million worth of cuts.

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19 April 2007

Nursery cuts campaign launch

"Enough is enough. It's time for the working class to make a stand!" Gloria from the striking Unique care workers set the tone for an evening of class...

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4 April 2007

Ammanford home care workers march

ABOUT 200 protesters attended a GMB, T&G and UNISON-organised march in the ex-mining town of Ammanford on 30 March against Carmarthenshire county council's plans to privatise the in-house home carers service....

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8 March 2007

Council workers ballot for city-wide strike

Southampton: IN SOUTHAMPTON, like many areas, the pain of council cuts is spread unevenly...

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1 March 2007

Unique care workers lobby

THE SACKED careworkers at Unique in Huddersfield held a lobby outside the offices of Kirklees council in advance of the full council meeting on 28 February...

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1 March 2007

Jobs and services, not cuts and excuses!

DOZENS OF angry care workers lobbied Bolton council against a savage cuts programme at a full council meeting on 21 February. ...

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22 February 2007

Valentine's day protest

Southampton: "YOU TAKE the pay cuts!" were the angry chants that greeted councillors as they arrived to set their budget in Southampton on St Valentine's day last week...

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22 February 2007

Unique Care workers plan more protests

THE STRIKING careworkers at Unique Care in Huddersfield are entering the seventh week of their dispute...

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7 February 2007

Stop the Valentine's Day pay massacre !

Southampton care workers: Workers in six Southampton care homes received huge local support last weekend during a three-day strike to stop vicious wage cuts being imposed by the city council...

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1 February 2007

Support the Unique Care workers

IF ENERGY, determination and unity were the only ingredients necessary to win an industrial dispute, then the Unique Care workers in Huddersfield would already be home and dry...

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1 February 2007

Southampton care workers on strike

IN THE face of massive attacks, care workers in Southampton are taking three days of strike action from 3-5 February. ...

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