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25 April 2016
Most trade union and Labour leaders are saying that workers' rights would be more adversely affected by leaving the EU. The opposite is the case.
11 April 2016
All work was stopped at Templeborough Waste to Energy power station
23 April 2014
Workers' Memorial Day is on 28 April. In many towns and cities, construction workers and their trade union branches will take a lead in organising activities
9 March 2011
The appeal court in London has overruled a previous high court judgement that blocked the RMT calling its members from the Dockland Light Railway (DLR) out on strike, writes Bill Mullins.
17 June 2010
Over 1,000 workers, students, pensioners and young people attended Socialism 2009. At the 2009 Rally for Socialism, those in attendance heard from leading trade unionists such as Bob Crow, general secretary...
22 September 2009
Ste Jones from Lindsey Oil Refinery construction site attended the national shop stewards forum for engineering construction on 17 September...
6 September 2009
Videos of the National Shop Stewards Network conference, Saturday 27 June 2009
1 July 2009
The Socialist Party received the following greeting from the Lindsey Oil Refinery strike committee
30 June 2009
Lindsey Oil Refinery workers victory: Lindsey Oil Refinery (LOR) construction workers have won a stunning victory. All the workers' demands have been met. The 647 dismissals have been withdrawn, the 51 redundancies rescinded and all employees...
28 June 2009
Keith Gibson, Socialist Party member and a leading member of the Lindsey Oil Refinery strike committee speaks about the strike to the National Shop stewards Network national conference 2009, held Saturday...
26 June 2009
Lindsey Oil Refinery construction workers have won a stunning victory. All the workers' demands have been met, writes Alastair Tice, Yorkshire Socialist Party.
23 June 2009
ALL OUT FOR 'TOTAL' SHUTDOWN: Hundreds of Lindsey contract workers walked out on unofficial and 'illegal' strike action on Thursday 11th June to stop 51 redundancies being imposed without consultation or the opportunity to transfer to another contractor.
23 June 2009
In a symbolic act of defiance, sacked construction workers burned their dismissal letters, writes Keith Gibson, LOR strike committee.
23 June 2009
Support for Lindsey Oil Refinery workers: On 18 June, about 140 contract workers, a mix of Unite and GMB members, mounted a protest from 6.45am onwards on the approach to Fiddlers Ferry power station.
19 June 2009
Yesterday, solidarity action spread in support of the Shaw workers (sub-contractor at Lindsey) who had been laid off...
17 June 2009
As I write, Fiddlers Ferry construction workers have come out in support of Lindsey strikers. Watch this space, writes Keith Gibson, GMB, Shaws.
22 May 2009
A bit of France came to North Lincolnshire last week when around 1,000 construction workers walked off the job at Conoco and Lindsey Oil Refinery near Immingham, writes Alistair Tice, Yorkshire Socialist Party.
20 May 2009
This is an edited version of a letter written by Lindsey Oil Refinery (LOR) union steward Paul McDowell to the Grimsby Evening Telegraph exposing the company Irem.
4 March 2009
Keith Gibson, a Socialist Party member and a member of the Lindsey oil refinery strike committee was unable to attend the meeting on 28 February. But he distributed the following statement:...
18 February 2009
Around 200 people attended a joint meeting in London on 13 February, organised by the Socialist Party and Respect, to discuss the lessons of the Lindsey oil refinery strike...
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