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13 November 2019

Postal union determined to resist bosses' attacks

Postal workers are involved in the fight of our lives, and our members know it. A massive 97.1% vote for strike action on a huge turnout that demolished the anti-union ballot thresholds tells us all we need to know about the mood of anger and determination among CWU members.

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13 November 2019

UCU strikes: Union means business in fight against employers

Members of the University and College Union (UCU) have backed strike action in two separate ballots - one over pensions and one over pay and conditions in higher education.

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13 November 2019

General secretary election: Enthusiastic support for Marion Lloyd

The PCS union general secretary ballot has started

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13 November 2019

Strike, Protest, Vote - to Kick the Tories out





As MPs move onto the general election campaign trail, increasing numbers of workers are moving onto the picket lines.

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13 November 2019

High Court injunction: solidarity to the CWU - support the posties!

There should be an emergency national demo, support for whatever action CWU members decide to take, and an immediate joint meeting of the TUC and Labour leadership

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13 November 2019

Trade union conference to force secret police disclosure

For decades, trade unionists, shop stewards and socialists suspected there was an active blacklist and that 'spycops' infiltrated trade unions.

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13 November 2019

Bradford libraries and museums: Unite members escalate action against cuts

Around 50 Unite members in libraries and museums across Bradford have entered their second round of strike action, escalating from two to three days of action this week.

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13 November 2019

NHS in critical condition

"It was never-ending, there were more and more patients being wheeled in." This was the comment of a man whose 88 year-old mother-in-law spent six-and-a-half hours waiting to be seen at the A&E Unit at Queens Medical Centre (QMC), Nottingham.

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13 November 2019

Fighting for free education, jobs, homes, and a future worth living

"What kind of world are young people on track to inherit if another Tory government is delivered to Number 10 this winter?"

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13 November 2019

RMT union members at SWR to walk out in December

Guards and drivers on South West Railway (SWR) will be taking an unprecedented 27-days of strike action in December in order to retain safety-critical guards on SWR trains

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13 November 2019

Transport for London - Justice for cleaners!

The Mayor of London and Tory government have conspired to cut 1 billion from Transport for London's budget but tube workers are fighting back

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6 November 2019

UCU votes for pay and pension strikes

The University and College Union (UCU) has decisively voted to back strike action in two separate ballots over pensions, pay and conditions in higher education.

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6 November 2019

Pay, jobs, pensions... Vote for a fighting general secretary

On Thursday 7 November, ballot papers go out to PCS members in the election for general secretary.

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6 November 2019

Incompetent bosses use tech to bully us

Management at my warehouse uses new technology to harass the workers - and has even proposed a new pay deal which includes scrapping Christmas bonuses for most of the shopfloor.

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