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3 December 2010
Press release from the National Shop Stewards Network Inspired by the tremendous struggle of young people, and recognising that the vote in parliament could be a watershed, the National Shop Stewards Network banner will be on the mass demo on 9th December...
17 November 2010
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1 1RG. See also www.shopstewards.net.
11 November 2010
Saturday 22 January 2011, 12-4pm
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1 1RG.
3 November 2010
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1 1RG, writes See www.shopstewards.net.
24 October 2010
Up to 100 trade unionists and community campaigners rallied in St Peter's Square on 23 October, organised by the Shop Stewards Network...
6 October 2010
As the day nears - 20 October - when the details of the Con-Dem government's next attacks on the working class are revealed, so also does discussion within the labour movement intensify on how best to resist them...
22 September 2010
Unison executive elections: Socialist Party members Hugo Pierre and John Malcolm are standing in the byelections for Unison's national executive (NEC)...
15 September 2010
National Shop Stewards Network lobby - Manchester: I didn't want to get up at 6am in the morning on my Sunday off to make a four hour journey to Manchester and then a four hour journey back to ask the TUC Congress to name the day for a national demonstration, writes Nancy Taaffe.
8 September 2010
National Shop Stewards Network lobby of the TUC: At its conference next week, the TUC will be under pressure to lead the struggle against the slashing of the public sector...
25 August 2010
National Shop Stewards Network lobby of TUC conference
12:00 noon, Sunday 12th September
Manchester Central Convention Complex
Call for a national demonstration against cuts
29 July 2010
National Shop Stewards Network conference 2010 - click here for reports and more videos
23 June 2010
National Shop Stewards Network: The CBI is calling on the government to introduce even more anti trade union laws. The bosses' union is demanding that in a strike ballot, 40% of all those in a workplace who are entitled to vote should have voted 'yes' for the vote to be carried. So this means that all those who don't bother voting are deemed to have voted 'no' to strike action.
9 June 2010
The National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) conference on 26 June promises to be the most important conference in the NSSN's relatively short existence.
Saturday 26 June, 11am, South Camden Community School, Charrington St, London NW1
26 May 2010
The fourth conference of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) is now less than a month away. It comes at a time when trade unionists in workplaces throughout the country are facing many threats to...
19 May 2010
Next month's conference of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) comes at a vital time for the trade union movement...
12 May 2010
The post election horse-trading has revealed that all three main parties see "reducing the deficit" as a priority...
28 April 2010
National Shop Stewards Network Conference: The NSSN 2010 conference is on Saturday 26 June at the South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1 1RG...
21 April 2010
Saturday 26 June
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street,
London NW1 1RG
10 March 2010
The steering committee of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) met recently and discussed a number of important issues, including preparing for the national conference on 26 June, writes Bill Mullins.
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