Monthly Archives: August 2011

BMA:

BMA to discuss industrial action over NHS pension changes The BMA, along with 13 other unions, including Unison, RCN and Unite, has agreed to set up a Pension Campaign Group that will look at the options relating to pension negotiations. … Continue reading

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British Electricians organise:

Skilled workers are coming forward to consciously organise. This important section of the working class is once again on the move as part of the entire working class. As they enter the fray, workers in wider sections have been taking … Continue reading

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Pilger: Who are the real criminals?

Who are the real criminals? Sunday 21 August 2011 John Pilger On a warm spring day, strolling in south London, I heard demanding voices behind me. A police van disgorged a posse of six or more who waved me aside. … Continue reading

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Youth workers to strike:

Youth workers in Oxfordshire to strike over job cuts Unite the union announced today (Friday 12 August) that youth workers employed by Oxfordshire county council will begin a series of one day walkouts from Tuesday 23 August over job cuts … Continue reading

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Irish Hunger Strike Commemoration:

Thousands Pay Tribute Thousands of republicans from across Ireland and many overseas supporters marched through Camlough last Sunday, in the national commemoration to honour the 1981 hunger strikers and Michael Gaughan and Frank Stagg who had died on hunger strike … Continue reading

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The Youth Are Being Denied a Future:

The Youth Are Being Denied a Future: They Must Not Be Criminalised! WORKERS WEEKLY http://www.rcpbml.org.uk/wwie-11/ww11-25.htm#second The unrest of the youth which exploded on the streets of London and other cities is a response to the anti-social offensive of this and … Continue reading

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Southampton Social Workers’ strike

Social workers join Southampton dispute (03/08/11) Southampton’s social workers and other social care staff went on strike today, in the latest round of action by council staff who have been sacked and rehired on lower pay. Over 450 UNISON and … Continue reading

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