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23 February 2022

Scunny scaffs action forces bosses to the table

16 weeks of indefinite strike action by the scaffolders at British Steel Scunthorpe, solidarity strike action by other construction workers, and an extensive leverage campaign against company bosses and scabbing companies, have forced employer Actavo back to the negotiating table

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9 February 2022

Scunthorpe scaffs mark 100 days of strike action with protests

100 days! By the time you read this, that's how long the scaffolders will have been on strike against their contractor Actavo working at British Steel Scunthorpe. In a dispute going back three years,

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2 February 2022

Scunny scaffs strike restarts with a bang, barricades and a win!

Scunthorpe scaffolders' first week of renewed strike action in 2022 (after successfully reballoting following 12 weeks of strike action before Christmas) kicked off with a real bang - with flares, barricades and a win!

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19 January 2022

Scunthorpe scaffs resume indefinite strike action

The 61 scaffolders employed by contractor Actavo, working on the British Steel works at Scunthorpe, will resume indefinite strike action on 26 January

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6 January 2022

Scunny scaffs enter twelfth week of strike action

Before Christmas, the 60 or so scaffolders who work at British Steel Scunthorpe finished their twelfth week of strike action with a protest demonstration outside the offices of their contractor, Actavo, in Wakefield

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1 December 2021

Welcome support for striking Scunthorpe scaffolders

Scunthorpe scaffolders, now in their ninth week of strike action, were given a huge boost by the visit of Unite general secretary Sharon Graham to the picket line at British Steel

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17 November 2021

Striking Scunthorpe steel scaffs up the ante

Visiting the Scunthorpe scaffolders' picket line, who are fighting for agreed trade union rates of pay, on 15 November it was immediately obvious that the strikers have upped the ante against their contractor Actavo at British Steel

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10 November 2021

Support for all-out scaffs strike spreads

News of the all-out strike by 60 scaffolders employed by contractor Actavo at British Steel in Scunthorpe is spreading, with Danish scaffs sending solidarity

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3 November 2021

Scunthorpe scaffs strike into fifth week

Now into their fifth week of all-out strike, the Actavo scaffolders at British Steel Scunthorpe remain solid and determined in their fight for the national industry (NAECI) rate for the job.

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13 October 2021

60 steelworks scaffs march in second week of all-out strike

The second week of the all-out strike by Unite the Union, involving around 60 scaffolders, got off to a flying start

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3 August 2021

Tory government nationalises Sheffield steel plant

For years Forgemasters has teetered on the brink, being subject to takeovers and government bailouts.

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31 March 2021

Nationalise Liberty Steel to save jobs

Liberty Steel, employing 5,000 workers, mainly located in Rotherham, has gone bust. The government has rejected a 170 million bailout demand from its tycoon boss Sanjeev Gupta.

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26 January 2021

Steel site scaffolders strike for the 'rate of the job'

Scaffolders at the British Steel site in Scunthorpe are in a dispute over pay.

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14 November 2020

Fight Tata Steel jobs threat - nationalise now!

Once again the jobs of thousands of Tata UK steelworkers are threatened

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22 July 2020

Nationalise Tata Steel to save jobs

Media reports that Tata Steel in Port Talbot is considering shutting down its two blast furnaces, and replacing them with 'greener' electric arc furnaces, which would require far less workers, have provoked anger and panic among the workforce, steel unions, and local politicians.

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28 November 2019

Tata announces 1,000 job cuts - Steel unions must fight for every job!

Tata has given its steel workers the worst possible Xmas message

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16 October 2019

Wales: Hundreds march to save the Orb works

On 12 October steelworkers from all over Britain joined hundreds of Orb workers and their families on an impressive march through Newport, South Wales, to demand that the Tata Orb steelworks in the city is saved.

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24 May 2019

Save steel jobs: Demand socialist nationalisation

British Steel, the UK's second biggest steel firm, has been taken into compulsory liquidation

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22 May 2019

British Steel threatened closure

The private steel producer could go under, threatening 5,000 jobs at its Scunthorpe and Teesside plants and a further 20,000 jobs in the supply chain

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6 June 2018

No to Trump's trade war

Donald Trump, in rebooting his presidential campaign slogan to "Make America Great Again" is attempting to do this on the backs of the rest of the world, by introducing tariffs on US imports.

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