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23 April 2014

Don't let Gove wreck education!

Hundreds of teachers gathered in Brighton over Easter for the NUT annual conference

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16 April 2014

Stop the education catastrophe!

National strike action needed: A malaise is spreading throughout our schools. It's hitting teachers young and old, male and female, primary and secondary.

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NUT strike, Monoux college, 26.3.14, photo Martin Reynolds

16 April 2014

Gains for left on NUT executive

The NUT executive election results show a further loss of support for the 'Broadly Speaking' group

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26 March 2014

Striking to defend education

Wednesday's strike by NUT members came not a moment too soon in responding to Gove's attacks

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26 March 2014

Teachers must fight on to stop Gove

Education secretary Michael Gove still wants to cut teachers' pay, pensions and conditions and our children's education. He is still refusing to hold any meaningful talks

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St. Helens NUT teachers on strike, 27 June 2013, photo Tanya Rybko

19 March 2014

Solidarity with teachers' strike

The national NUT strike on 26 March is definitely on! Now every NUT Association and school rep must go all out to get the biggest possible turnout

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13 March 2014

NUT: All out to build strike on 26 March

This afternoon's Special Meeting of the NUT Executive confirmed that the strike on 26 March is definitely going ahead

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12 February 2014

Teachers call national strike

The next NUT national strike will be on Wednesday 26 March. Every NUT rep needs to build for a mass show of strength to oppose Gove's attacks

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Teachers on strike on 12 February 2014 over changes to pay, photo Bob Severn

12 February 2014

Newham primary school strike over new pay scheme

Teachers at Avenue Primary School in Newham went on strike as the school has broken away from national pay agreements

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Teachers in both the NUT and NASUWT are waiting for effective action to be organised, photo Iain Dalton

5 February 2014

NUT national executive agrees date for national strike

The NUT national executive has agreed its next steps

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29 January 2014

NUT activists meet to push for action

The Local Associations National Action Campaign (LANAC) is meeting on 1 February in Leicester. LANAC was set up in 2012 to organise and argue for a fighting programme for the National Union Of Teachers

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22 January 2014

Teachers need a date for national action

Teachers are facing yet more attacks on our conditions, when our existing intolerable workload is already driving many teachers out of the profession

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16 January 2014 NUT strike, Gateway sixth form college in Leicester , photo S Score

20 January 2014

Gateway college: NUT strikes against management "observations"

Over 30 National Union of Teachers members mounted a picket line on 16 January outside Gateway sixth form college

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16 January 2014

Teachers strike against threatened redundancies

Abbey special school is not in financial difficulties, but faces losing six teachers

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15 January 2014

Teachers need a strategy to win

With the attacks on pay and pensions already largely in place, and attacks on conditions soon to be added, the NUT urgently needs to agree a workable strategy to put to beleaguered teachers

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27 November 2013

NUT election: Support for national action call

Socialist Party member Martin Powell-Davies recently stood in the election for vice-president of the National Union of Teachers

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20 November 2013

Workplace news in brief

Blacklisting: There is a TUC day of action on blacklisting on 20 November. The battle against blacklisting in the construction industry is also a battle for trade union organisation and for good standards of health

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NSSN lobby and rally of the TUC congress 2013 -  Martin Powell Davies, photo Paul Mattsson

NSSN lobby and rally of the TUC congress 2013 - Martin Powell Davies, photo Paul Mattsson

13 November 2013

Vote for Martin Powell-Davies

As national strike action against education secretary Gove's attacks is postponed again, now, more than ever, NUT members need to vote for clear, consistent leadership

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6 November 2013

Workplace news in brief

NUT vice-president: As national strike action by teachers is postponed, now, more than ever, NUT members need to vote for clear, consistent leadership

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