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20 October 2005

Government climbs down but questions still remain

FACING THE possible threat of the biggest strike movement since 1926 it appears that the New Labour government has partially retreated from some of its plans on public-sector pensions - such as increasing the retirement age...

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28 July 2005

Unions prepare for new pension attacks

THE THREAT of united strike action before the general election forced the Labour government to back down temporarily on its plans to cut public-sector workers' pension rights - particularly the planned...

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12 May 2005

Defend public services

New Labour wastes billions on consultants: A SHOCKING report has just been published which reveals that the government spent nearly £2 billion on management consultants last year...

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28 April 2005

Election Feature

Housing for need not profit: SO FEW houses are being built at affordable prices in Britain that even workers in jobs where there are chronic shortages cannot get on the 'property ladder'...

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7 April 2005

Pensions: No concessions by 'negotiation'

FOLLOWING THE Labour government's hasty retreat on their proposed cuts in public-sector workers' pensions in the face of united strike action, three government ministers met the leaders of all the public...

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2 April 2005

Delegates vote to keep up pressure over pensions

DELEGATES TO the National Union of Teachers (NUT) annual conference were determined to press home the retreat that had been inflicted on the government over public-sector pensions...

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19 March 2005

Why we voted to strike to defend pensions

Local government: TENS OF thousands of public-sector workers have voted to strike to fight the government's attempts to raise their retirement age and make them pay more for an inferior pension...

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19 March 2005

Anger turns to action over pensions

LOCAL GOVERNMENT and civil service workers have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action to defend their pensions...

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26 February 2005

Pensions - force the government to retreat

IT LOOKS increasingly likely that up to one and a half million public-sector workers will take strike action on 23 March, in the biggest strike for over 20 years...

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26 February 2005

Pensions: Our strength can stop this robbery

TUC day of action - reports: THE TUC undoubtedly saw their day of action on pensions on 18 February as a way of 'letting off steam' on the pensions issue...

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29 January 2005

Pensions - turn anger into action!

MEMBERS OF public-sector union UNISON, who work for local councils throughout the country, are overwhelmingly voting for industrial action to defend their pensions...

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29 January 2005

French public-sector workers show their strength

LAST WEEK France saw huge mobilisations by workers against redundancies and for higher wages...

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11 December 2004

Saving pensions: united action needed

WHEN CHANCELLOR Gordon Brown announced 104,000 civil service job cuts in his last budget, Socialist Party trade unionists called for a one-day public-sector strike in response to New Labour's public-sector onslaught...

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6 November 2004

For A One-Day Public-Sector Strike

Prospect and PCS members on Strike
ON 5 November, 300,000 civil servants, members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), are striking in defence of their jobs and working conditions...

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25 September 2004

Uniting To Fight New Labour's Cuts

PCS General Secretary speaks to The Socialist PCS CIVIL service trade union members are in the frontline of the Blair government's attacks on public-sector jobs and services, with 104,000 jobs threatened. The union's general secretary, Mark Serwotka, spoke to Ken Smith at the recent TUC conference.

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24 July 2004

Stop The Civil Service Jobs Cull

TWO DAYS after chancellor Gordon Brown announced 104,000 job losses in the civil service, the main civil service trade union, PCS, organised a lobby of Parliament on the issues of jobs, pay and pensions...

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12 June 2004

A Summer Of Discontent?

RAILWORKERS, CIVIL servants, airport workers, local government workers, and even racing stalls handlers are currently threatening action on pay and conditions...

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18 October 2003

London Workers Lead Fight For A Living Wage

The Socialist: What we think: LONDON POSTAL workers will be joining UNISON members working for London councils on strike on 16 October...

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18 October 2003

United Action To End Low Pay

MANY PEOPLE in my workplace were surprised that there was such a big majority (80%) for strike action over London weighting, writes Nancy Taaffe.

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11 October 2003

Model resolution

Model resolution for London public-sector trade union branches on the need for united action over London weighting:...

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