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7 September 2016
Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. London bus stoppage, Scotland FE strike.
11 June 2008
THE WITCH-HUNT of members of the Socialist Party in Unison has now extended to Northern Ireland. Pat Lawlor, Unison convenor for nursing in the Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast, who has continually campaigned for Unison members in opposition to low pay, cuts in services and privatisation, is currently under 'investigation' by the union's national executive, writes Eileen Keenan, Northern Ireland Unison member in education, personal capacity.
6 December 2007
MEMBERS OF the Nipsa union who have been on strike for 16 days fighting for a decent pay deal for Northern Ireland's classroom assistants returned to work on 4 December...
22 November 2007
CLASSROOM ASSISTANTS in Northern Ireland are continuing their strike action against attacks on their pay and conditions...
14 November 2007
THE STATED aim of Aim, the Alternative Investment Market, is to create a junior stock market for 'smaller, growing companies'...
25 October 2007
Northern Ireland: A BATTLE is being fought between classroom assistants who support teachers in many Northern Ireland schools and their employers, the Education and Library Boards... By Padraig Mulholland, NIPSA branch 517
4 October 2007
Brown dashed from the TUC to meet the hated Margaret Thatcher
8 January 2005
Support the Brighton and Hove teaching assistants: ON 6 January, teaching assistants in Brighton and Hove were set to stage a fourth one-day strike over pay and conditions...
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