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14 May 2014

Fight together for pay rise - Come to NSSN conference

There is now the real prospect of Unison, GMB and Unite in the councils taking action together with teachers from the NUT, PCS and firefighters on 10 July

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7 April 2014

30 years ago: The Broad Left Organising Committee's huge impact

30 years ago a national conference took place in Sheffield organised by BLOC. The meeting coincided with the start of the miners' strike in March 1984, writes Bill Mullins

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28 August 2013

The role of a workers' rep

The excellent interview with Glynn Doherty (Socialist 776) showed a week of activity representing members, whether at employment tribunals, directly with the employer or running a "drop in centre" for members

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Maidstone PCS picket, eight on the picket lines, sends fraternal greetings to the NSSN - we'll be sending delegates to the conference on June 29th. Solidarity!

5 June 2013

NSSN conference: Unite to fight all the cuts

Pay cuts, jobs cuts, pension cuts, low pay, high rents, Bedroom Tax... The National Shop Stewards Network conference on 29 June will bring together trade unionists and anti-cuts campaigners to discuss action over the coming months.

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19 November 2012

National Shop Stewards Network to lobby next TUC council

The NSSN is organising a lobby of the TUC general council when it meets on Tuesday 11th December, to call for the naming of a date for a 24-hour general strike

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31 October 2012

Scottish NSSN launches 24-hr general strike campaign

The National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) conference in Glasgow on 27th October heard uplifting reports from an array of trade unionists from the public and private sector in Scotland on the theme of fighting the austerity onslaught and building towards a 24-hour general strike

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22 October 2012

After the 20th October TUC demo

Meetings to discuss the next steps - All welcome

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Wales Shop Stewards Network conference 2012, photo by Wales Socialist Party

2 July 2012

Wales Shop Stewards Network conference calls for 24 hour general strike

70 trade unionists in 10 unions from all over Wales, mainly reps and shops stewards, gathered in Cardiff at the annual conference of the Wales Shop Stewards Network

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13 June 2012

Construction walkout at Runcorn power station

Hundreds of workers on the Runcorn thermal power station construction site have protested and walked out in support of laggers who are demanding that more local workers are hired

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23 May 2012

National Shop Stewards Network

Unite in action against austerity: National Shop Stewards Network Sixth Annual Conference, 9th June, London.

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2 May 2012

National Shop Stewards Network 6th annual conference

Saturday 9 June 11am - 4pm
Friends Meeting House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ
Speakers include:
* Bob Crow, transport union RMT general secretary
* Mark Serwotka, PCS general secretary
* A leading Rank and File member of the construction workers' campaign
* Kevin Courtney, NUT deputy general secretary

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13 January 2012

Shop Stewards' Network Meets in Preston

Local supporters of the National Shop Stewards Network met in Preston on Wednesday 11 January to discuss the national pension dispute, writes Dave Beale, Preston Socialist Party.

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12 January 2012

Successful Merseyside Shop Stewards Network meeting

Merseyside Shop Stewards Network held a successful meeting on 11 January, with 18 attending from unions including PCS, Unison, Unite and ASU/GMB, writes Hugh Caffrey, North West Socialist Party.

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14 December 2011

NSSN and left union activists call lobby of TUC Public Services Liaison Group: Demands further action on pensions

A recall conference of the TUC's Public Sector Liaison Group will be convened on Monday 19th December

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7 December 2011

When workers planned production: the Lucas Aerospace plan

The south east region of the TUC recently showed a film about the Lucas Aerospace shop stewards' committee who, 35 years ago, produced a plan to make socially useful products instead of the weapons of mass destruction they made for their employer, writes Bill Mullins.

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Rent strike on Clydeside

Rent strike on Clydeside

16 November 2011

The first shop stewards movement

The outbreak of World War One in August 1914 cut across the great industrial unrest which had been gathering pace since 1911...

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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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Paddy Brennan, UNITE Convenor at the Swindon Honda plant , photo by  Socialist Party

Paddy Brennan, photo Socialist Party

28 July 2011

HONDA - REINSTATE PADDY BRENNAN!

The National Shop Stewards Network has just received word that Paddy Brennan, UNITE Convenor at the Swindon Honda plant has been suspended from work...

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10,000 marched against job cuts on Saturday 23 July in the biggest demonstration in Derby for decades, backed by the RMT and other unions, photo Paul Mattsson

10,000 marched. Photo Paul Mattsson

28 July 2011

Nationalise Bombardier to save jobs

Train manufacturer Bombardier has announced the loss of 1,400 jobs following the government decision to award the Thameslink rail project to German company, Siemens. Around 10,000 marched against job cuts on Saturday 23 July in the biggest demonstration in Derby for decades...

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