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28 October 2009

Support post workers, this is no time to equivocate

A number of trade union leaders, MPs and other individuals (including Tony Benn), sent a letter to the Guardian on the post strikes which implicitly criticised the union as well as the management ...

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7 October 2009

North Wales shop stewards network

On 29 September, trade union reps and activists from across North Wales gathered in Wrexham to found a North Wales Shop Stewards Network, writes Iain Dalton, Bangor.

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22 September 2009

Engineering construction: Stewards' forum recommends bosses' offer Workers should reject!

Ste Jones from Lindsey Oil Refinery construction site attended the national shop stewards forum for engineering construction on 17 September...

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9 September 2009

Inaugural meeting to establish a North Wales branch of the National Shop Stewards Network

National Shop Stewards Network - North Wales
7.30pm Tuesday 29 September 2009
The Railway Club, Wrexham

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Videos of the National Shop Stewards Network conference, Saturday 27 June 2009, videos by Pete Mason and Bob Severn

6 September 2009

Videos: National Shop Stewards Network conf

Videos of the National Shop Stewards Network conference, Saturday 27 June 2009

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Clara Osagiede, RMT Cleaners Grade Secretary for London Underground cleaners, tells NSSN conference 2009 of the cleaners' struggle for a living wage

Clara Osagiede, RMT Cleaners Grade Secretary for London Underground cleaners, tells NSSN conference 2009 of the cleaners' struggle for a living wage

30 June 2009

National Shop Stewards Network Conference Confident and enthusiastic

Saturday 27 June 2009 may well be remembered for the day the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) really came into its own, writes Dave Gorton, Unite 1/372 branch delegate, personal capacity.

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Rob Williams addresses Linamar workers at a rally in support of him, photo Sarah Mayo

Rob Williams addresses Linamar workers at a rally in support of him, photo Sarah Mayo

17 June 2009

Victory at Linamar! Rob Williams reinstated

ROB WILLIAMS, the Unite trade union convenor at the Linamar car components factory in Swansea, Wales, has won a stunning victory in his fight for reinstatement...

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17 June 2009

National Shop Stewards Network conference Saturday 27 June 2009

Speakers include Joe Higgins newly elected Socialist Party MEP for Dublin, Ireland. Rob Williams reinstated Unite convenor, Linamar, Swansea. Keith Gibson, Lindsey Oil Refinery steward, John Maguire, Visteon worker, Belfast, and Vincent Druse, Peugeot worker, Mulhouse, France.

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11 June 2009

Rob Williams' unconditional reinstatement is a victory for all workers

Rob Williams, leading Socialist Party member and vice-chair of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN), has won his campaign against Linamar management in Swansea, who summarily sacked him without notice for an "irretrievable breakdown of trust"...

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5 June 2009

March and rally in support of Rob Williams

LINAMAR SHOP STEWARDS COMMITTEE & SWANSEA TRADE UNION COUNCIL: March and rally

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27 May 2009

National Shop Stewards Network conference

The National Shop Stewards Network conference will be held on Saturday 27 June 11.30-4.30 at South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London, NW1 1RG...

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13 May 2009

A victory at Linamar would be a victory for all workers

Editorial: The sacking of Rob Williams by Linamar bosses is an attempt to remove a major impediment to their plans to worsen the pay and conditions of the Linamar workforce...

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6 May 2009

Defending a shop steward, in spite of the anti-union laws

The 23 January started like any other day for me, I arrived at work at 6am. I work as a bus driver and I am a Unite shop steward. An argument started between a senior inspector and a fellow driver. As...

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6 May 2009

National Shop Stewards Network national conference

Saturday 27 June. Keynote speakers from workers in struggle including Lindsey Oil Refinery construction workers' dispute, car workers, London Underground, local government, and more...

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29 April 2009

Jack Jones obituary

Many of the obituaries of Jack Jones in the capitalist press comment on his early life when he was fighting with the international brigade in the Spanish civil war against the fascists of Franco...

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22 April 2009

Saturday 27 June

National Shop Stewards Network conference

Saturday 27 June

South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London WC1

11.30am-4.30pm

See www.shopstewards.net

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4 March 2009

National Shop Stewards Network: Brighton launch meeting

Nearly 40 trade unionists attended a launch of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) in Brighton, writes Phil Clarke, Lewes, Eastbourne and Wealden NUT secretary, personal capacity.

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11 February 2009

Welcome to the JIB!

Steve Acheson, blacklisted electrician, and a member of Unite, distributed this leaflet at the construction engineering shop stewards' meeting on 9 February...

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7 January 2009

South Wales: Workers vow to fight job losses

There was strong media interest in a Swansea public meeting called on 16 December by the Linamar (ex Visteon car component plant) shop stewards' committee, writes Alec Thraves, secretary Socialist Party Wales, Swansea trade union council..

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