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26 October 2016

Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors including the Ched Evans case, Marmite brexit, NHS 'savings' and homelessness.

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15 February 2012

Workplace news in brief

NSSN conference: details of 6th annual conference

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8 February 2012

Unions cautiously welcome talks with Unilever

Responding to the news that Unilever management has agreed to engage in ACAS talks, officers of the joint trade unions - Unite, Usdaw and GMB - make the following statement

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1 February 2012

Workplace news in brief

As previously reported in the Socialist, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is planning to close all 39 of its local offices and centralise operations at its Swansea headquarters.

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Unilever workers striking for their pensions, Gloucester, 25.1.12, photo by Chris Moore

31 January 2012

Unilever strikers condemn bosses' greed

To the sound of hoots of support from passing traffic, the delivery lorries supplying Walls Ice Cream in Gloucester were backing up, as drivers refused to cross the picket line

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26 January 2012

Unilever Burton-on-Trent - a solid and well-organised strike

Before Christmas, when Unilever workers were deciding on strike action, some Unilever bosses were gloating that workers at their Burton-on-Trent factory would not go on strike, writes Andy Bentley.

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Unilever strikersat Ewloe, north Wales, 18 January 2012, photo by Stillshooter

Unilever strikersat Ewloe, north Wales, 18 January 2012, photo by Stillshooter

25 January 2012

Stepping up the action to defend pensions at Unilever

Workers at multinational company Unilever are making a stand to defend pensions. Following a strike of 2,500 workers last month, from 17 January thousands of Unite, Usdaw and GMB members at Unilever are taking strike action...

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On the London demonstration during the 30 June public sector pensions strike, photo Paul Mattsson

On the London demonstration during the 30 June public sector pensions strike, photo Paul Mattsson

25 January 2012

Hard Times - but not for the 1%

Defend pensions, fight the cuts in jobs and pay: As the clouds of recession grow darker, practically every section of society feels the grim effects. Apart from one group - there are few signs of recession for the super-rich! writes Roger Shrives.

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18 January 2012

Unilever workers say hands off our pensions

Unilever's attempt to scrap its workforce's final salary pension scheme, which will affect 5,000 workers, is being vigorously opposed, writes Iain Dalton, Yorkshire Socialist Party.

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18 January 2012

Unilever strike: 'It's us that make them their money!'

"Unilever is the 18th richest company in the world. But it's us that makes them their money!"...

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13 January 2012

Unilever: hands off our pensions

Unilever's attempt to scrap its workforce's final salary pension scheme, which will affect 5,000 workers, is being vigorously opposed, writes Iain Dalton, Yorkshire Socialist Party

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Mark Serwotka, PCS General Secretary, speaking at the PCS Left Unity, photo by  Socialist Party

Mark Serwotka, PCS General Secretary, speaking at the PCS Left Unity, photo by Socialist Party

11 January 2012

Fighting the pensions battle: An interview with Mark Serwotka

Rob Williams, the Socialist Party's industrial organiser, interviewed PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka in the run-up to the PCS Left Unity meeting on 7 January.

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Unileverís Pot Noodle mine came to a grinding halt as the entire shop floor workforce at Unileverís Croespenmaen factory near Crumlin in Gwent walked out on strike, photo Socialist Party Wales

Unileverís Pot Noodle mine came to a grinding halt as the entire shop floor workforce at Unileverís Croespenmaen factory near Crumlin in Gwent walked out on strike, photo Socialist Party Wales

14 December 2011

Striking to defend pensions

Unilever: the private sector can do it too: On 9 December, workers at FTSE 100 giant, Unilever, took strike action for the first time in their history against attacks on pensions...

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12 December 2011

Unilever workers strike to defend pensions

Unilever workers across the country took strike action on Friday 9th December against thousands of pounds being slashed from their pensions

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9 December 2011

Support Unilever workers' fight to defend pensions

Unilever workers are on strike today against a massive attack on their pensions by the planned closing down of their final salary pension scheme

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