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13 October 2021

Place Unite at the head of the anti-Tory movement

Unite policy conference 2021: It is 40 months since Unite's last policy conference in July 2018 and, in that time, the world has been shaken about

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6 October 2021

Unite health members say no to 3% and vote for action

Health service members of Unite the Union in England have voted by 90% to reject the government's 3% pay offer for this year.

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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

Fightback to save Birmingham GKN jobs!

Rank-and-file members of Unite in the Chester Road GKN workforce in Erdington, Birmingham have voted overwhelmingly for an all-out strike

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Socialism Today issue 242

24 September 2021

New openings for militant trade unionism

The victory of Sharon Graham as general secretary of Unite has struck the labour movement as a thunderbolt. This can be a pivotal moment.

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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

Leeds taxi drivers and disabled passengers unite to fight station changes

The anger of taxi and private hire drivers at the Labour-run council is palpable. Socialist Party members joined drivers in the Unite union, disabled taxi users and Unite Community activists to protest

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15 September 2021

Weetabix - workers have had enough

Engineering workers, members of the Unite union, will walk out for 48 hours from 21 September at two sites - Kettering and Corby, both in Northamptonshire.

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15 September 2021

Unite young and old to defend the pensions triple lock

The UK State Pension is 179.60 a week, among the lowest in Europe. It leaves over 2 million pensioners in poverty.

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8 September 2021

Obituary: Roger Henshaw, comrade and class fighter

Wonderful tributes are pouring in following the sad death of my great friend and comrade, Roger Henshaw.

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26 August 2021

Unite: Sharon Graham's stunning victory opens new opportunities

Sharon Graham's victory opens new opportunity to resist bosses and Tories' offensive, and challenge Starmer's New Labour

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25 August 2021

Woolwich ferry strikers - the action necessary to win

Unite the Union members working on the Woolwich Ferry have been taking discontinuous strike action since 14 May

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28 July 2021

Nationality and borders bill

Only those coming via 'safe and legal' routes will be considered for asylum.

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28 July 2021

Unite to fight Tory pay insults

The Tories' 3% pay offer is a direct attack on the NHS. It shows the contempt the government has for the health service and its staff. 3% is simply not enough, and makes it clear that the government does

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28 July 2021

Bexley bin workers strike for better pay

Bexley bin workers have now been entered their third week of industrial action, with more strike action planned in August, effectively going indefinite.

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14 July 2021

Workplace round-up

Bexley bin workers strike: Bexley bin workers have started a two-week strike. Taking confidence from the recent victory of bin workers at Thurrock, another Tory-controlled council, workers are striking against private company Serco.

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14 July 2021

St Mungo's strikers end 12-week strike

St. Mungo's strikers have now been out on strike for 12 weeks. On 13 July, Unite celebrated their efforts by holding a small protest to salute their sacrifices, sending them back to work with their heads

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14 July 2021

Brush workers into eighth week of strike

Unite members at Brush Electrics are now eight weeks into their strike against 'fire and rehire.' Their pay and conditions are being devastated by the contracts being imposed on the workers under the threat of 'sign or be sacked'.

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7 July 2021

Royal London Hospital strike win

Strike action was suspended after Serco capitulated to most of the catering workers' demands.

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