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16 December 2020

Openreach and EE: Massive vote for action

Openreach and EE (now owned by BT) CWU members have retuned a massive 97.9% 'yes' vote on a 74% turnout in a consultative ballot on whether they wish to take industrial action against compulsory redundancies, site closures, reduction of terms and conditions, and a race to the bottom.

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29 August 2018

East Dunbartonshire council workers back further strikes

Unison, GMB and Unite members in East Dunbartonshire council took four days of coordinated strike action at the end of June against the Tory and Lib Dem administration's cuts programme - including a major assault on workers' terms and conditions.

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6 September 2017

College workers ballot for action in Nottingham

Unison and UCU further education union branches at newly merged Nottingham college are in dispute with management over redundancy and reorganisation

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15 February 2017

"Disgraceful" treatment of sacked EHRC workers

Ten government equality staff were sacked by email and had to clear their desks

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13 July 2011

BBC journalists to strike on Friday

Journalists at the BBC are to strike on Friday 15 July over compulsory redundancies

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30 September 2009

Management forced to retreat

Tower Hamlets college: A month of all-out strike action has forced Michael Farley, the principal of Tower Hamlets College in the East End of London, to withdraw compulsory redundancy notices to 13 teachers, writes Pete Dickenson, UCU member.

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9 September 2009

Significant victory for tube workers

RMT wins no compulsory redundancy position but future battles loom: London Underground (LU) has retreated in the face of RMT's strike campaign. They have guaranteed that no RMT members will face compulsory redundancy as a result of the underground's current cost review...

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16 July 2009

RMT cannot accept Compulsory Redundancies

The strike action taken by RMT members last month has forced London Underground (LU) management into significant concessions...

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16 July 2009

RMT cannot accept compulsory redundancies

The strike action taken by RMT members last month has forced London Underground (LU) management into significant concessions...

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11 February 2009

Greenwich council: An injury to one is an injury to all

Greenwich council workers turned up in force on 28 January to defend 27 of their colleagues who face compulsory redundancy, writes Onay Kasab.

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