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23 July 2021

New left NEC meets - Organise the fight back now

The left members of Unison's NEC must maximise use of their majority.

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22 July 2021

Public sector pay - NHS, teachers - Prepare for action!

Health workers have been told that they are only worth a 3% pay rise. Teachers have been told they are worth nothing in terms of a pay rise this year. Hundreds of thousands of civil servants face a pay freeze. A million and a half council workers have already been told they are only worth 1.5%.

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21 July 2021

Government departments move to impose pay cuts: Fightback needed

Only by fighting will extra money be secured for pay and permanent contracts.

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14 July 2021

Trade unions must continue the fight for Covid safety

While the Tories are rushing to dump all safety measures, employers still have a legal duty to protect workers from harm

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14 July 2021

LGBTQ+ workers' charter

LGBTphobia - discrimination, oppression, harassment and bullying of LGBTQ+ people - impacts the lives of every LGBTQ+ person

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14 July 2021

Workplace round-up

Bexley bin workers strike: Bexley bin workers have started a two-week strike. Taking confidence from the recent victory of bin workers at Thurrock, another Tory-controlled council, workers are striking against private company Serco.

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14 July 2021

St Mungo's strikers end 12-week strike

St. Mungo's strikers have now been out on strike for 12 weeks. On 13 July, Unite celebrated their efforts by holding a small protest to salute their sacrifices, sending them back to work with their heads

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14 July 2021

Telecoms workers angry at CWU deal with BT

After two stays of execution, BT and the Communication Workers Union (CWU) believe they have reached an agreement that will prevent a national strike over compulsory redundancies, site closures and relocation

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14 July 2021

Youth Fight for Jobs is back

March and protest with us on 9 October: Young workers and students are organising Youth Fight for Jobs (YF4Js) in preparation for a day of action on 9 October. The Youth Fight for Jobs campaign is needed now more than ever.

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14 July 2021

Dagenham school workers strike against 'fire and rehire' pay cuts

School workers at Valence Primary School in Dagenham, east London are on strike against grim mistreatment through 'fire and rehire' pay cuts and demotions.

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14 July 2021

Brush workers into eighth week of strike

Unite members at Brush Electrics are now eight weeks into their strike against 'fire and rehire.' Their pay and conditions are being devastated by the contracts being imposed on the workers under the threat of 'sign or be sacked'.

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7 July 2021

Private equity takeover proposals - Usdaw needs to move to a war footing

A bidding war is underway for Morrisons.

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7 July 2021

Royal London Hospital strike win

Strike action was suspended after Serco capitulated to most of the catering workers' demands.

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7 July 2021

Fight is on to save our NHS


Thousands of NHS workers, in dozens of towns and cities, protested on Saturday 3 July against the Tories' insulting 1% pay offer. Just days later, on 5 July, it was announced that workers in the NHS will be awarded the George Cross medal. Not something that will pay the bills for the thousands of nurses who are forced to visit food banks.

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7 July 2021

The story of Joe Clough - Britain's first black bus driver

Interview with playwright of Farewell Leicester Square: The Socialist spoke to playwright and Socialist Party member Neil Gore about Townsend Production's latest play, Farewell Leicester Square. It's touring in Bedford, Watford and London from 1-11 July.

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7 July 2021

Housing: Join the service charge 'strike'

"I am in despair as to how to stop these atrocious companies any other way. We've experienced diabolical rip-offs, incompetence and lies.

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7 July 2021

Israel: Hospital ancillary workers strike over pay parity and workload

Ancillary staff at government hospitals in Israel are taking strike action, starting on 13 July, after three years of negotiations with the ministry of finance.

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