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29 September 2021

NEU deputy general secretary election

A fighting strategy is needed to win on workload, pay and cuts

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29 September 2021

Workers reject 3% pay insult

The miserly 3% 'pay rise' for NHS workers is amounting to effectively nothing.

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29 September 2021

Flexibility to suit workers not the bosses

'Agile working' is often described as an approach to work which entails maximum flexibility and minimum constraints

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29 September 2021

Driver shortages - a view from the inside

Millions of workers have been travelling to work, hoping that they have enough fuel to get home or complete the school run

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22 September 2021

Workers' politics won't come from Labour

In addressing TUC Congress, Sir Keir Starmer claimed that "Labour will always stand with the unions", standing "shoulder to shoulder" with them over vicious attacks such as 'fire and rehire'. But the reality is very different.

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22 September 2021

NHS workers reject 3% insult

GMB members have voted 93% in favour of rejecting the 3% pay deal for NHS workers

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8 September 2021

A pivotal moment for the trade union movement

This year's TUC Congress will provide the first public platform for newly elected Unite general secretary Sharon Graham.

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17 August 2021

Reject the Ministry of Justice pay offer

The Ministry of Justice has tabled a pay offer which trades conditions for pay. This is their second attempt after the failed MEP proposals 3 years ago were roundly and soundly rejected by members.

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11 August 2021

Unions protest at exploitative Leicester company Food Attraction

Leicester is in danger of being named the sweatshop capital of the UK. BooHoo hit the headlines last year for using Leicester suppliers that paid their workers around 4 an hour, way below the current

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28 July 2021

Fight Freeports to stop bonfire of workers' rights

Over 50 trade unionists from unions such as Unite, RMT, PCS, Usdaw, and NEU, and reps from local trades councils in Southampton, Hull and Liverpool met with the assistance of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) to discuss what 'Freeports' mean for workers and how trade unions should respond.

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22 July 2021

Public sector pay - Prepare for action!

Health workers have been told that they are only worth a 3% pay rise. Teachers have been told they are worth nothing in terms of a pay rise this year. Hundreds of thousands of civil servants face a pay freeze. A million and a half council workers have already been told they are only worth 1.5%.

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14 July 2021

Trade unions must continue the fight for Covid safety

While the Tories are rushing to dump all safety measures, employers still have a legal duty to protect workers from harm

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14 July 2021

LGBTQ+ workers' charter

LGBTphobia - discrimination, oppression, harassment and bullying of LGBTQ+ people - impacts the lives of every LGBTQ+ person

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7 July 2021

Fight is on to save our NHS


Thousands of NHS workers, in dozens of towns and cities, protested on Saturday 3 July against the Tories' insulting 1% pay offer. Just days later, on 5 July, it was announced that workers in the NHS will be awarded the George Cross medal. Not something that will pay the bills for the thousands of nurses who are forced to visit food banks.

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30 June 2021

Post-pandemic railway battles loom

Britain's railway network has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. Passenger numbers plunged by 80% as a result of the first lockdown and have only recently reached 40% of pre-pandemic levels.

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23 June 2021

Interview with newly elected Unison NEC member

Hospital worker Naomi Byron speaks (pc) to the Socialist following her election

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23 June 2021

Furlough reduction risks job losses

Despite the Tory government extending coronavirus restrictions until 19 July, rather than bringing them to an end on 21 June, the furlough scheme will continue to be downgraded and gradually dismantled as planned

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16 June 2021

Neonatal leave introduced: Unions must fight for extensions and full pay

The birth of any child is an intense and stressful time for most parents, and that applies even more if babies are born prematurely

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9 June 2021

If unions give a lead, workers are fully prepared to fight and win victories

A year ago, the trade union leaderships collapsed into national unity with the Tory government and the employers.

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2 June 2021

Save our NHS from the Tories


The day of protest on 3 July - the anniversary of the foundation of the NHS - should be the launch of a fight on pay and to save our NHS. Let's build the protests around the country and demand a real fight from trade union leaders.

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