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17 January 2008

Fight for a living wage

Greenwich council workers lobby the council, photo Paul Mattsson

Greenwich council workers lobby the council, photo Paul Mattsson

No to Brown's three-year pay deal: PUBLIC-SECTOR workers will be outraged at Gordon Brown's recent statements, writes Onay Kasab, Greenwich council worker

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17 January 2008

Editorial: Fight three year low pay tie-ins

German train drivers have just won an 11% wage increase. German Telecom workers on the other hand have suffered accumulated wage cuts amounting to 25%...

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10 January 2008

Defeat the pay limit

Prime minister Gordon Brown has declared further war on public-sector workers' pay by saying that he wants pay rises this year kept under 2%...

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22 November 2007

France: massive public sector workers' strike

MOBILISED TO defend public-sector jobs and pay, hundreds of thousands of workers went on strike in France on Tuesday 20 November. ... By Karl Debbaut, Committee for a Workers' International (CWI)

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8 November 2007

Build the left in the public-sector trade unions

Editorial: The situation in the public sector over pay has many lessons for the left in the trade unions...

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22 October 2007

Brown's blues

Gordon Brown's honeymoon is over. His initial commanding lead in opinion polls fuelled speculation of a snap election. Now, the new prime minister trails...

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27 September 2007

PCS prepares for more strikes

PCS's national executive committee (NEC) has unanimously voted to hold a consultative ballot of PCS members for national industrial action to stop compulsory redundancies and defend pay and conditions... By John McInally, PCS NEC, personal capacity

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20 September 2007

TUC conference: Workers defy Brown

 Brown dashed from the TUC to meet the hated Margaret Thatcher

Brown dashed from the TUC to meet the hated Margaret Thatcher

TUC conference - public-sector pay: At last week's TUC conference, Gordon Brown used his speech to kick public-sector trade unionists in the teeth by repeating his demands for pay "discipline"...

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13 September 2007

TUC conference: Standing up to Brown's attacks

TUC conference: WHEN GORDON Brown spoke at the TUC, he stressed the point that most British workers have jobs, unlike in the past... By Jane James at the TUC conference

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13 September 2007

Needed: a combative trade union movement

Editorial: THE SUCCESSFUL strike actions of the Prison Officers Association (POA) and the RMT maintenance workers on London Underground have potentially changed the industrial situation in Britain to the benefit of trade unions and work...

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6 September 2007

Strike against public sector pay cap

Prison officers' action: On 29 August, the Prison Officers' Association (POA) held its first ever national day of strike action, with over 20,000 staff walking out from all public prisons in England and Wales...

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6 September 2007

TUC conference resolutions need to lead to action

TUC conference 2007: The annual Trades Union Congress (TUC) takes place on 10-13 September, against a background of increasing attacks on workers' pay and conditions but also a willingness of some unions to take action in defence of jobs...

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9 August 2007

Local government pay dispute - No to 2%!

IN MARCH 2007 Gordon Brown announced that he was capping public-sector pay awards at 2%... By Marc Glasscoe, Lincoln City UNISON, personal capacity

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5 July 2007

UNISON delegates challenge leadership

UNISON conference: THE MOST important point about UNISON conference was that the mood of anger and dissatisfaction reflected in the recent elections for the national executive council (NEC) also surfaced at conference...

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14 June 2007

Fight attacks on the public sector

Unsion workers in blood processing on the NHS demonstration March 3rd 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

Unsion workers in blood processing on the NHS demonstration March 3rd 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

Wherever you look in the public sector today, workers are under attack. The very concept of public service is being eroded by a Labour government whose...

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24 May 2007

Public-sector workers say...Fight Brown's pay freeze

Unison Lobby of Parliament in 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

Unison Lobby of Parliament in 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

While Tony Blair prepares for his retirement celebration there will be very few tears shed by UNISON members or by any public sector workers...

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24 May 2007

SNP in power - populism and cuts

SCOTTISH NATIONAL Party leader Alex Salmond has been elected as the new First Minister of the Scottish parliament...

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24 May 2007

PCS: Public-sector unity to defend jobs and services

PCS conference: THIS YEAR'S PCS conference came on the back of a stunning fifth victory in a row for the left in the national executive (NEC) elections....

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15 May 2007

Blair's departure: Curtain falls on disastrous reign

Editorial: Ten years of 'unremitting' attacks on the working class and poor for the benefit of the rich, blatant corruption symbolised by the Ecclestone affair at the beginning of his reign and 'cash for honours' at the end the ...

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10 May 2007

PCS: Unity against low pay

PCS conference: PCS Annual Delegate Conference meets this week at a critical time. On the back of another successful one-day strike on 1 May, delegates will no doubt welcome...

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