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Bob Crow at TUSC event

14 October 2015

Should trade unions be re-affiliating to the Labour Party?

In light of Jeremy Corbyn's victory, is the issue of non-affiliated unions affiliating to Labour now on the agenda?

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30 September 2015

Review: Kill the Bill

This pamphlet provides a context for the struggle for workers' rights against the attempts of the rich to curtail them.

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23 September 2015

What we saw

Rob Williams, chair of the National Shop Stewards Network, got a mention in parliament recently.

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9 September 2015

Most important TUC Congress for decades

The Trade Union Congress meets in Brighton from 13-16 September in the most important Congress since 1984.

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8 September 2015

Lobby the trade union leaders this Sunday!

The vicious anti-union bill is designed to shackle the unions

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2 September 2015

Join the NSSN lobby of TUC Congress

Kill the bill!: Rob Williams explains why all trade unionists should come to the NSSN lobby of TUC Congress to build the pressure for mass action to defeat the Tories' planned anti-union laws.

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5 August 2015

National Gallery strike: all-out art action

All-out action by PCS members at the gallery is being brought forward to 11 August.

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6 July 2015

NSSN conference calls on trade union leaders to take the necessary action

An action statement and model motion were agreed by hundreds of workplace reps who attended the National Shop Stewards Network 9th annual conference on 4th July

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2 March 2015

Stop the Crossrail sackings!

For the third Monday in succession, there has been a protest outside a Crossrail site

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13 February 2015

London bus strike suspended - prepare for more action

London bus reps discussed 'where next?' for their dispute

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26 November 2014

Fast Food Rights campaign

50 supporters of the Fast Food Rights campaign lobbied outside Parliament as those inside were discussing a private members bill to limit the use of zero-hour contracts

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Martin Powell Davies speaking at the NSSN's lobby of the TUC, Rob Williams on right,  24.4.13, photo by N Cafferky

24 April 2013

TUC: Set the date for a 24-hour general strike!

Up to 200 trade unionists, workers and campaigners lobbied the TUC general council this morning, 24th April

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Strikers marching through London on 30 November 2011, photo Senan

Strikers marching through London on 30 November 2011, photo Senan

2 May 2012

Kick out the Con-Dems and end austerity

Step up action to defend pensions! Just when the Con-Dems thought it was all over and they'd won, the public sector pensions fight is back on, writes Rob Williams, National Shop Stewards Network national chair.

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12 January 2012

Union members lobby the TUC Public Services Liaison Group

Over 100 union members lobbied the TUC Public Services Liaison Group (PSLG) today, Thursday 12 January, to call on the union leaders to reject the government's new offer on public sector pensions and to set a new strike date, writes Rob Williams.

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Construction workers’ strike on 14 December: Corus Redcar electricians, photo Elaine Brunskill

Construction workers’ strike on 14 December: Corus Redcar electricians, photo Elaine Brunskill

4 January 2012

Unity against wage cuts in construction

The 'Dirty 7' construction companies, who want to slash skilled workers' wages, have finally been dragged kicking and screaming to the negotiating table, writes Rob Williams, Chair, National Shop Stewards Network.

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30 November strike

30 November strike

20 December 2011

TUC lobby demands no retreat on pensions

Hundreds of rank and file union members lobbied the TUC's Public Services Liaison Group, angry at the prospect of their leadership agreeing to a rotten deal, writes Rob Williams, NSSN

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7 December 2011

Defend the JIB, victory to the sparks!

Electricians working for Balfour Beatty (BBES) have spoken for all electricians in the construction industry and voted overwhelmingly to strike to defend their national pay agreements - the Joint Industry Board (JIB), writes Rob Williams, Chair, National Shop Stewards Network.

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Construction electricians protest outside Balfour Beatty

19 October 2011

Construction protests continue and Unite declares strike ballot (report with video)

This week's protest at Blackfriars Balfour Beatty site began in full darkness at 6:30am this morning.

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Tony Woodley, Socialist Party member Rob Williams and Len McCluskey (back) address a Visteon pensions lobby at Unite conference, photo Mike Gard

Tony Woodley, Socialist Party member Rob Williams and Len McCluskey (back) address a Visteon pensions lobby at Unite conference, photo Mike Gard

4 August 2010

Unite general secretary election

In an article in issue 632 of The Socialist, Kevin Parslow outlined reasons why Socialist Party members in the Unite trade union are supporting Len McCluskey in the general secretary (GS) election...

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26 July 2010

Swansea trades council launches anti-cuts campaign

On Wednesday 21 July delegates to Swansea trades council decided to launch a campaign to defend public sector jobs and the important services that public sector workers provide...

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