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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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Teachers strike and march in Bristol 17 October 2013 as part of selective action by the NUT and NASUWT, photo Matt Carey

Teachers strike and march in Bristol 17 October 2013 as part of selective action by the NUT and NASUWT, photo Matt Carey

29 October 2013

Teachers: no national action this term

After three well-supported joint regional strikes by the NASUWT and NUT unions, teachers were expecting the NUT executive to confirm the promised date for action in November

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21 October 2013

Martin Powell-Davies - a record of anti-racism

A prominent member of the Socialist Workers' Party from East London NUT who is opposing the re-election of Martin Powell-Davies onto the NUT national executive from Inner London has questioned Martin's record as an anti-racist

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18 October 2013

Overwhelming support for teachers' strike in the south and north

Across London, the South of England and in the North-East, striking teachers took to the streets on 17 October

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Firefighters national strike and demonstration 16/10/13, photo Ian Pattison

16 October 2013

Teachers, firefighters, workers fighting back: Unite the strikes!

This autumn more and more workers are on the march. Or on strike. Or balloting to strike, writes Rob Williams

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16 October 2013

Time for national action on education

Teachers have had enough. Enough of education minister Gove's proposals that will mean working until they are 68. Enough of the performance related pay that pits them against each other, writes Chris Newby, London.

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9 October 2013

Workplace news in brief

Cleaners' victory: RMT members working as cleaners on the Tyne and Wear Metro have won a victory in their battle against poverty pay

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2 October 2013

The fight against academies in Leicester

Rushey Mead School is a large secondary school in Leicester. It has been an 'outstanding' school for years and has strong links to the local community, writes Simon Robinson, Leicester NUT, personal capacity.

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2 October 2013

In brief

Grangemouth: Unite members at the Grangemouth oil refinery in Scotland have voted overwhelmingly to strike over the unfair treatment of union convenor Stevie Deans

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Teachers on strike in Leicester on 1 October, photo Heather Rawling

1 October 2013

Solid support for teachers' strike

Teachers in the Midlands, Yorkshire and Eastern regions walked out in an impressive show of strength

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

25 September 2013

Support Teachers' fight to defend education

"We can't afford not to strike": Last term's strike in the North West showed how determined teachers are to defend their pay, pension and working conditions

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Martin Powell-Davies addresses the NSSN lobby of TUC congress 2013, photo by  Socialist Party

Martin Powell-Davies addresses the NSSN lobby of TUC congress 2013, photo by Socialist Party

11 September 2013

Teaching unions prepare for campaign of autumn strikes

Teaching unions NUT and NASUWT have confirmed the dates of regional strike action. On Tuesday 1 October there will be strike action in the Eastern, East Midlands, West Midlands, Yorkshire and Humberside

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NSSN lobby of TUC, 8.9.13, photo Alison Hill

10 September 2013

NSSN rally calls for mass action to stop the cuts

The hundreds of trade union activists who attended the NSSN rally and lobby of the TUC on Sunday will have left certain that the boiling anger at the tsunami of austerity is pointing towards an autumn of important battles.
Along with this is an ever-growing call for the TUC to name the date for a 24-hour general strike.

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NSSN placard: 24 Hour General Strike Against Austerity

17 July 2013

'We've had enough' - All strike together!

The government has announced a stock market flotation of the majority of Royal Mail within nine months, the biggest privatisation since the dark days of Thatcher. It threatens a national service that's been in public ownership for 479 years.

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10 July 2013

Stop Gove's school profits plans

The Independent has reported on leaked plans that only confirm what we already knew - that Tory Education Secretary Michael Gove wants to allow big business to make a profit out of running schools

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West NUT & NASUWT teachers'  strike action on  27 June 2013, photo Tanya Rybko

North West NUT & NASUWT teachers' strike action on 27 June 2013, photo Tanya Rybko

3 July 2013

North West NUT & NASUWT teachers' strike action on 27 June 2013, photo Tanya Rybko

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26 June 2013

Teachers strike to defend education

Education secretary Michael Gove is launching further attacks on teachers' working conditions and workload. The strike in the North West on 27 June must be just the beginning of the action

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11 June 2013

NUT members strike to defend teaching assistant posts

'Things are getting serious' a NUT member told me on the picket line at Uplands Junior School. (Updates added on 13 & 18 June)

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29 May 2013

This is what's 'not to like' about Free Schools, Boris

Tory London mayor Boris Johnson, writing in the London Evening Standard, attempted to portray opposition to 'Free Schools' as some kind of 'left-wing conspiracy', writes Martin Powell-Davies, National Union of Teachers executive (personal capacity).

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