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8 February 2012

Unions cautiously welcome talks with Unilever

Responding to the news that Unilever management has agreed to engage in ACAS talks, officers of the joint trade unions - Unite, Usdaw and GMB - make the following statement

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12 December 2011

Unilever workers strike to defend pensions

Unilever workers across the country took strike action on Friday 9th December against thousands of pounds being slashed from their pensions

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30 November 2011

Usdaw: Fighting against the policies of 'social partnership'

Activist is the paper of Socialist Party members in the shop workers' union Usdaw. Recently it carried an article explaining how, after 12 years, Robbie Segal has decided not to stand for re-election...

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15 September 2011

Activist: Paper of Socialist Party members in Usdaw

This weekend I received the latest issue of Arena, the USDAW membership magazine. The editorial by the General Secretary, John Hannett, discusses the impact of the recent riots on shop workers.

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6 May 2009

Support for No2EU at Usdaw conference

Socialist Party members at Usdaw conference this year got a lot of support, with shopworkers flocking to congratulate Robbie Segal on her 40.6% result in the general secretary elections earlier in the year, writes Alex Gounelas.

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18 February 2009

Usdaw presidential election: The campaign they tried to hide

With the votes now counted, we can confirm that Socialist Party member Robbie Segal got a very respectable 10,000 members' votes for the position of president of Usdaw, writes Alex Gounelas.

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18 February 2009

Usdaw Activist public meeting

Usdaw Activist public meeting

4 April, 11am-3pm,

Exmouth Arms, Starcross Street,

near Euston station, London

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11 February 2009

Usdaw presidential election

The election for president of the shopworkers' union Usdaw closes on 13 February. Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing. To be the first to hear the result and for all your shop-worker news,...

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14 January 2009

Stop job cuts

Robbie Segal

Robbie Segal

Tens of thousands of retail workers are being laid off. These workers are facing a bleak future, writes Robbie Segal, who is standing for president of Usdaw. Voting starts 19 January.
I am standing for election to become president of Usdaw because our union needs to be a fighting union. We should be building a mass campaign against job losses but also demanding a minimum wage of £8 an hour without exemptions. The union should be taking workers' wages and conditions forward, not watching them go backwards.

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7 January 2009

For a fighting Usdaw leadership

Vote Robbie for a fighting, campaigning Usdaw.: Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing for election as president of the shopworkers' union Usdaw...

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10 December 2008

Usdaw presidential election - support Robbie!

After winning an excellent 40% vote in the election for shopworkers' union Usdaw general secretary, Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing for president of Usdaw, a shopworker writes.

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3 December 2008

Woolworths jobs threat

Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing for president of the shopworkers' union Usdaw. She spoke to The Socialist about the threats to jobs in the retail industry:...

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13 November 2008

Videos of Socialism 2008 Rally

Now with mp3 audio

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15 October 2008

Standing for president of Usdaw

Socialist Party member Robbie Segal will stand in the election for president of the Usdaw. Robbie shook the entire shopworkers' union, Usdaw, by gaining 40% of the vote for general secretary in the ballot result announced on 15 September 2008...

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17 September 2008

Socialist candidate gains 40% of vote, stuns Usdaw leaders

SOCIALIST PARTY member Robbie Segal shook the entire shopworkers' union Usdaw by gaining 40% of the vote for general secretary, in the ballot result announced on 15 September, writes Alex Gounelas.

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23 July 2008

Usdaw election

Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing as a candidate for shopworkers' union Usdaw general secretary...

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16 July 2008

Workplace news: In brief

Argos strike dates: Argos distribution workers will be on strike for 24 hours on 17 and 24 July over pay (see last week's Socialist). This will be followed by a four-day stoppage, which will be staggered across depots in Basildon, Bridgewater, Heywood (Manchester) and Magna...

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9 July 2008

Socialist stands for Usdaw general secretary

Robbie Segal

Robbie Segal

Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing as a candidate for Usdaw general secretary. Ballot papers will be distributed from 8 August.
At the National Shop Stewards' Network conference Robbie launched a conference for all those who oppose the Usdaw leadership's social partnership strategy and the direction in which they are taking the union.

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2 July 2008

For a fighting, democratic Usdaw

At the NSSN conference held on Saturday Robbie Segal, a candidate for Usdaw general secretary, launched a conference for all those who oppose the Usdaw leadership's social partnership strategy and the direction in which they are taking the union...

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