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14 April 2021
9 December 2020
Greenwich Council housing maintenance staff have returned a thumping 97% 'yes' vote for strike action in a ballot over plans to slash wages by up to £20,000
19 August 2020
Hugo Pierre, candidate for Unison general secretary, supported council workers on strike against plans to re-engage them on worse terms and conditions
22 July 2020
On all six sites, workers have received a lot of support and solidarity
8 July 2020
Council workers across all services in Tower Hamlets, east London, have been on strike against attacks on their terms and conditions.
27 November 2019
A decade of attacks on the working class has sharply hit local councils.
19 June 2019
Bin workers in Newham, east London could have lost over £20,000 each over the last decade
1 May 2019
Derbyshire's local government unions must respond with boldness and determination in the face of the Tory-controlled county council's latest round of austerity.
1 May 2019
The third instalment in the campaign to see off the cuts to services at St John's library, Worcester, took place on 20 April when 30 protesters gathered outside the library itself.
20 March 2019
Meeting discusses fight to win other disputes and save services in the city
20 February 2019
London local government workers' representatives have agreed to support Enfield North Constituency Labour Party's no-cuts campaign
30 January 2019
Following the resignation of independent anti-cuts councillor for Coxford Ward, Keith Morrell, Southampton Socialist Party has selected Sue Atkins to contest the forthcoming byelection.
12 December 2018
Workers for Kingstown Works Ltd (KWL) in Hull have started a campaign to protect their sick pay scheme with a lobby of Hull North constituency Labour Party (CLP).
24 October 2018
Glasgow council workers made history by striking for equal pay
12 September 2018
Reading Borough Council plans to privatise many of its key services. Bins, parks, road maintenance, housing benefit payments and council tax support are all at risk.
29 August 2018
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.
8 December 2017
Over a million council and school workers have been waiting to see if there would be any relief from their constant falling living standards as they have watched their pay fall by 21% in real terms since 2010.
4 October 2017
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour conference speech was greeted with predictable hostility by big business representatives like the CBI
19 September 2017
The bin workers have voted overwhelmingly to continue with strike action
26 July 2017
Birmingham council is playing dirty in the ongoing bin dispute
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