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21 October 2015

Labour MP refuses to back strike

Jim Fitzpatrick, MP for Limehouse and Poplar, refused to back striking cleaners. His reason? In 1968, some dockers walked out against the sacking of racist Tory minister Enoch Powell.

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8 July 2015

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles.

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17 June 2015

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Short updates from across the trade union movement.

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27 May 2015

48-hour DLR strike

Up to 30 RMT members were on the picket at the Poplar depot of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) this morning as the union started a 48-hour strike

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25 March 2015

Inspired by Bob Crow to stand for TUSC

Joseph Mambuliya is chair of the RMT London Underground cleaners grade committee, and is standing for TUSC in Barking

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4 February 2015

Victory of the Marigold gloves

"They came after cleaners with very small salaries and families, forgetting we are women, we are mothers, and if you mess with us we can become like the harpies in the ancient Greek legends..."

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Midwives in Gateshead, photo E Brunskill

Midwives in Gateshead, photo E Brunskill

26 November 2014

Health workers walkout in second NHS pay strike

Nurses, cleaners, porters, midwives, occupational therapists, paramedics, scientists, radiographers, admin, catering, security staff and other NHS staff in England took part in a second four-hour strike on Monday 24 November

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ISS cleaners on the East Coast  mainline on strike, London, 16.9.13, photo Chris Newby

11 August 2014

East Coast Mainline cleaners strike for decent pay

Low paid workers employed by ISS struck on Friday 8 August for 24 hours, with a 48-hour strike to follow

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Outsourced cleaners working at SOAS college in London were on strike on 4 and 5 March 2014, photo I Pattison

Outsourced cleaners working at SOAS college in London were on strike on 4 and 5 March 2014, photo I Pattison

5 March 2014

Pictures: Cleaners strike at London college

Outsourced cleaners working at SOAS college in London were on strike on 4 and 5 March in their battle for the same sick pay, holidays and pensions as staff employed directly by this part of London university

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19 February 2014

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Council pay: The local government employers have scrapped the pay negotiations for 1.6 million workers until the new rate for the minimum wage is set in May

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3 February 2014

Royal Opera House workers win living wage

"This is a tremendous victory for the IWGB workers and it sends out a message to all low pay employers that we are not willing to tolerate poverty pay and we're coming for you". John McDonnell MP

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15 January 2014

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NSSN affiliate: The Probation Officers union Napo has become the eighth national union to affiliate to the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN)

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19 December 2013

Protests yield results for CoNEL college cleaners

Cleaners at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CoNEL)have won an important victory in their fight against 23% cuts to their working time and for the London Living Wage

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IWGB strike at University of London , 27 and 28 November 2013, photo Ian Pattison

28 November 2013

London University: strike by support staff

After a two-day strike on 27 and 28 November low-paid workers at University of London (UoL) have won important concessions [Updates added 29.11.13 and 04.12.13]

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20 November 2013

Students must 'fight for the right to fight'

Footage published on the Guardian website provides categorical evidence of paid informants being used to target peaceful protest groups and student activists, just two days after London students were violently confronted by police

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RMT lobby against privatisation on the railways , photo Paul Mattsson

30 October 2013

20 years of privatised train robbery

November marks 20 years since John Major's Tory government gave the go-ahead to splitting up and selling off British Rail

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9 October 2013

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Cleaners' victory: RMT members working as cleaners on the Tyne and Wear Metro have won a victory in their battle against poverty pay

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18 September 2013

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Glasgow Unison walkout: Council workers in Glasgow walked out on 13 September after a social worker was suspended in a row over workloads. The action continued by members of the Homeless Team on 17 September

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ISS cleaners on the East Coast  mainline on strike, Kings Cross, 16.9.13, photo Chris Newby

16 September 2013

Train cleaners fight for a living wage

Transport cleaners working for cheapskate contractors ISS on the East Coast mainline are taking further strike action today and forced ITN to take note of their dispute

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