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UCU members at SOAS in London striking over pay on 28 January 2014, photo Helen Pattison

28 January 2014

University workers continue strike action over pay

UCU members in Higher Education have again walked out over pay

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22 January 2014

Workplace news in brief

Bus drivers' strike: About 60 drivers, members of Unite, at First Hampshire and Dorset were on strike for 24 hours on 20 January in a dispute which has seen their pay fall dramatically behind their regional counterparts

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11 December 2013

Struggling workers say 'fight poverty pay'!

MPs' pay rise scandal: MPs are set to receive a bumper pay rise of 11% in 2015, bringing a backbencher's annual salary up to 74,000, writes April Ashley, assistant branch secretary, Southwark Unison (personal capacity).

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Univeristy of East London workers striking over pay on 31 December 2013, photo Pete Mason

3 December 2013

Universities: second coordinated strike over pay

UCU, Unison, Unite and EIS in Scotland take second day of strike action, this time joined by UCU members in FE colleges

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Bristol university workers on strike in October 2013, photo Matt Carey

27 November 2013

End the pay freeze: A united fight in post-16 education

On 3 December both university and college workers will be taking action

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21 November 2013

Socialist Students helps force NUS to back education strike

The National Union of Students' NEC voted "to stand in complete solidarity with workers taking strike action" in the December 3rd strike in higher and further education

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Joint strike action by university staff in the Unite, Unison and UCU unions was well supported at the University of East London 31 October 2013, photo P Mason

31 October 2013

Joint strike by university staff

Campus unions UCU, Unison and Unite took the start of action against real terms pay cuts [Reports added on 4.11.13]

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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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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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 Socialist Students  plus UCU and Unison activists, Salford university protest, 23.5.13 , photo Salford Socialist Party

Socialist Students plus UCU and Unison activists, Salford university protest, 23.5.13 , photo Salford Socialist Party

25 September 2013

University unions' ballot: Students and staff - unite and fight!

After another year of being offered real-terms cuts to pay, university workers represented by UCU, Unison and Unite are balloting for a major national campaign of strike action and industrial action against cuts, against zero-hour contracts and the gender pay gap, and for job security, writes Edmund Schluessel, NUS National Executive & UCU member (personal capacities)

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Student occupation continues at Sussex 13-3-13, photo Brighton and Hove Socialist Party

Student occupation continues at Sussex 13-3-13, photo Brighton and Hove Socialist Party

18 September 2013

Anger at zero-hour contracts in universities

Rent-a-prof?: Sports Direct, McDonalds, Wetherspoons, Cineworld and... Britain's universities. Many people were no doubt shocked to hear that the use of zero-hour contracts is endemic not just among employers in retail

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5 June 2013

Lecturers' union UCU members vote to fight austerity

On 29-31 May, the University and College Union (UCU) held its national congress in Brighton. The congress took place against the backdrop of vicious Con-Dem cuts, which had provoked massive anger

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29 May 2013

Workplace News in brief

University management made their "final offer" of a 1% pay rise to workers on 21 May. The offer, a laughable improvement on the 0.8% second offer, falls short of workers' demands for an above-inflation

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30 January 2013

Workplace news in brief

Justice walkout: Members of the PCS civil service union working in the Ministry of Justice are walking out on 31 January...

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Lecturers' strike at UEL, 18.10.12, photo Pete Mason

18 October 2012

Strike against increased workload at University of East London

Lecturers in the UCU at UEL went on strike today against longer working hours and other attacks

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On the picket line at Barnfield College in Luton 2 October 2012, photo by Steve Glennon

On the picket line at Barnfield College in Luton 2 October 2012, photo by Steve Glennon

3 October 2012

Barnfield College, Luton: Kick private profit out of education

On 2 October, lecturers at Barnfield college in Luton were on strike against an 'unlimited hours' contract...

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20 June 2012

UCU: Time to fight on pay and pensions

The University and College Union (UCU), representing over 120,000 workers in universities and colleges, is currently consulting members over whether to accept a fourth consecutive year of real-terms pay cuts

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12 June 2012

UCU conference debates strategy

Last weekend saw hundreds of delegates attend the 2012 congress of the University and College Union, and vote to fight the Con-Dems' austerity programme

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25 May 2012

Demo against cuts at Salford university

Despite exams, 50 students and staff attended a lunchtime protest against swingeing cuts at Salford university yesterday, 24th May, including the closure of Italian and across the board reductions in staffing, writes Salford Socialist Party.

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2 May 2012

UCU joins 10 May strike - student solidarity needed

Lecturers and academic staff in most of the UK's universities and colleges will be joining other public sector workers on strike on 10 May against attacks on pensions, writes Edmund Schluessel, Cardiff University UCU, personal capacity and Cardiff University student.

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