All posts tagged UNISON

The People’s Assembly: what might ‘building from below’ really mean?

Luke Cooper discusses the potential and pitfalls of this Saturday’s People’s Assembly Against Austerity The People’s Assembly has resulted in a considerable bout of energetic debate on the British left, ranging from the super-supportive, to the cynically-critical, and those, on […]

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Some critical comments on Unite the Resistance

Dan Jeffrey discusses his experience of the Unite the Resistance steering committee in 2012 Since the crisis hit in 2008 I have been involved with various anti-cuts initiatives and trade union campaigns, from the National Shop Stewards Network, to the […]

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Thousands march to save Lewisham Hospital

Up to 25,000 marched through Lewisham town centre on Saturday 26 January chanting “no if’s no but’s, no NHS cuts”. Bill Jeffries reports on the campaign to save Lewisham Hospital’s A&E The closure of the recently modernised Lewisham A&E is […]

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London Met crisis: Racist immigration policy to blame, says Unison steward

Mark Booth interviews chair of London Met Unison, Max Watson

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UKBA scandal: Emergency meeting London Met university

Unison and UCU at London Met call emergency members meeting for September 3

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After the sell out activists in Unison need to get organised

Dan Jeffrey discusses the way forward for UNISON activists

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Camden Unison writes to the Guardian

George Binette, Camden Unison Branch Secretary, and Marsha-Jane Thompson (Havering Unison BS) have written to the Guardian to correct some of the misapprehensions expressed in one of its recent editorials on the pensions issue.

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St Georges Hospital: cleaners fight for living wage

South London Anticapitalists (SLAN) joined a lively picket line of cleaners and supporters at St Georges Hospital in Tooting London on Friday 25 May. Stuart King reports.

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