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18 May 2006
Northumbria University: "UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT are acting like 19th century industrial capitalists using draconian strike breaking tactics" a geography lecturer at Northumbria University in Newcastle told the socialist...
15 December 2005
NATFHE, THE college lecturers' union, voted at its December national executive to reject the public-sector pensions framework agreement, which has been agreed by other unions including NUT, UNISON and PCS...
9 June 2005
THIS YEAR'S Annual Conference of lecturers' union NATFHE took place at a time of the greatest offensive by the employers and the government against pay and conditions since the Incorporation (privatisation)...
2 June 2005
ON 25 May, lecturers at some further education colleges were on strike, just to get the national pay agreement implemented in their colleges...
26 May 2005
THIS YEAR'S conference of the lecturers' union NATFHE takes place at the same time as the continuing employers' offensive in both further and higher education (FE and HE)...
2 April 2005
ON 15 and 16 March, college lecturers and members of the NATFHE union, took strike action...
19 February 2005
ON 11 FEBRUARY the national executive council of NATFHE decided with only one vote against to ballot members for strike action on 14 April, in opposition to the government's attack on pensions...
21 June 2003
LAST NOVEMBER the Welsh Assembly, through its education minister Jane Davidson, intervened in the long-running dispute over Further Education (FE) college lecturers' pay, writes Andrew Price, NATFHE NEC member FE Wales and a Wales pay negotiator.
7 June 2003
NATFHE, the lecturers' union, passed a number of Left-wing resolutions at their annual conference in Blackpool, writes Clive Dunkley, NATFHE Wales Region.
24 May 2003
NATFHE, THE trade union organising lecturing staff in further education (FE) colleges and new universities in England and Wales has its conference this weekend, writes Andrew Price, national executive council (NEC) member, FE Wales.
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