Monthly Archives: May 2012

Doctors to take industrial action :

Doctors to take industrial action for first time in almost 40 years Doctors will take industrial action for the first time in almost 40 years over major changes to the NHS pension scheme, the BMA confirmed today (Wednesday 30 May, … Continue reading

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Over 20,000 jobs at risk on UK railways

More than 20,000 jobs on the UK’s railways could be lost as a result of the government’s reforms to the rail industry, unions claim today (Monday) as they launch their Action for Rail campaign. As part of its plans for … Continue reading

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Stockland Green Against The Cuts

Stockland Green Against The Cuts Demo Report On Saturday 19th May, people from the local group Stockland Green Against the Cuts gathered on Erdington high street with Youth Fight For Jobs to demonstrate about the lack of jobs and support … Continue reading

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Quebec: 100 days of student unrest

Suspension of Civil Liberties in Quebec Half a Million Demonstrate in Montreal to Support the Students and Defy Charest Government’s Special Law The Marxist-Leninist Daily May 22 Quebeckers Oppose Special Law on Unprecedented Scale Today in Montreal a mass demonstration … Continue reading

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Letter to County Press:

Tony Kelly Chairman, Ryde & East Wight Trades Union Council 22 Church Lane Ryde PO33 2NB 13/05/12 Dear Sir or Madam, Enclosed please find photograph taken recently in Church Lane in Ryde, fire exit clearly marked but wheelie bins placed … Continue reading

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Mass TUC demonstration in London on 20 October

‘A Future That Works’ The TUC is to organise a mass demonstration in London under the banner of ‘A Future That Works’ on Saturday 20 October 2012. A march through central London will culminate in a rally in Hyde Park. … Continue reading

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Results of the May 3 Elections

As well as the elections for local authorities across England, Scotland and Wales held on May 3, a number of referenda also took place on whether to create new directly-elected mayors in certain cities. Mayoral elections, where such mayors currently … Continue reading

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