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20 March 2015

Anti-Blacklisting activist arrested on Crossrail protest

Blacklist Support Group secretary Dave Smith was arrested on a peaceful protest of 40 construction workers and their supporters outside the Construction News Awards in the Hilton Hotel in Park Lane on Wednesday night

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6 March 2015

GMB tour against blacklisting

GMB "Crocodile Tears" protests In Bristol, Plymouth, Epsom, Cambridge, Derby and Bridgend to shame managers who blacklisted workers

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2 March 2015

Stop the Crossrail sackings!

For the third Monday in succession, there has been a protest outside a Crossrail site

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16 February 2015

Protest wins reinstatement of Crossrail worker

On Friday a worker was sacked for raising health and safety issues

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3 December 2014

Reports from the NSSN bulletin

Firefighters block Tory minister: Over 200 firefighters and supporters blockaded the entrance to West Norwood fire-station, south London, on 25 November to prevent the entry of Tory fire minister Penny Mordaunt

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28 May 2014

Workplace news in brief

Construction workers protest: NSSN members and other trade unionists joined construction workers on a day of action on 23 May

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23 April 2014

Workers' Memorial Day: strike for safety

Workers' Memorial Day is on 28 April. In many towns and cities, construction workers and their trade union branches will take a lead in organising activities

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Red Lion Square, Unite construction meeting 16.4.14

Red Lion Square, Unite construction meeting 16.4.14

17 April 2014

120 turn up to Unite construction meeting

120 construction workers turned up for a Unite branch meeting at Conway hall yesterday evening. The hall manager wouldn't let them in the meeting room because there were too many people for the room

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9 April 2014

Sparks fight on!

On 4 April, 30 agency construction workers downed tools at a NG Bailey job at Three Bridges in Sussex

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19 February 2014

Runcorn: Workers' solidarity scores victory

There was an unofficial walkout by construction workers at Runcorn thermal power station on 13 February in another dispute over safety issues

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21 November 2013

Anti-blacklisting campaign will not go away

Comedian Mark Thomas joined blacklisting protesters outside the Merrion centre in Leeds on Wednesday 20 November

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15 October 2013

Blacklisting victory - now build union strength

It was a full house in the Bread and Roses pub for a noisy celebration by construction workers

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15 May 2013

Protesters demand councils reject blacklisting companies

Unite the union took its blacklisting campaign to the Waltham Forest on 15 May

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13 March 2013

Dundee demo against construction industry blacklisting

150 construction workers, their families and supporters took part in an anti-blacklisting demonstration in Dundee on 9 March

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7 March 2013

Workplace news in brief

Capenhurst victory: Construction workers on the Capenhurst construction site near Chester have fought off attempts to abandon the NAECI national agreement on terms and conditions...

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Protesting at Capenhurst, 20.2.13, photo Ray McHale

20 February 2013

Construction workers demand adherence to national agreements

Over 100 construction workers from across Cheshire and Merseyside protested at the Capenhurst site today

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16 January 2013

Victory at Runcorn Thermal Power Station

Construction workers at Runcorn Power Station won major concessions after several days of unofficial action over inadequate 'welfare facilities'

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8 January 2013

Runcorn construction workers walk out

Construction workers at the Runcorn thermal power station site have walked out in protest over health and safety issues. A worker on the site explained:...

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Oxford Street protest against victimisation and blacklisting in the construction industry, 14.11.12

15 November 2012

Oxford Street protest against construction blacklisting

As millions of workers took strike action across Europe, there was an impressive protest outside the Crossrail Tottenham Court Road site

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