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1936 – 2016. They did not pass. They will not pass. Thousands of people gathered in jubilant and yet a determined mood on Sunday 9 October 2016
12 October 2016
Bognor Regis FC deservedly shunted Dulwich Hamlet FC into a 1 - 3 reverse, which was a set-back for our generous hosts and the many trade unionists who swelled the 2,217 crowd on Saturday, especially those who are committed republicans.
11 October 2016
An estimated 8,000 trade unionists and campaigners marched in good spirits on Sunday 2 October 2016 in Birmingham with a clear message to the Conservative Party Conference and to the UK government.
05 October 2016
The UCU contends that attacks on its members’ jobs and their working conditions are ultimately detrimental to the learning environment that is offered to students at London Met University, so it is asking for staff, students and the community to ‘stand strong, together, and defend education for all’.
04 October 2016
BECTU members at ‘The Ritzy Cinema’ in Brixton were on strike 24-25 September 2016 seeking fair pay, decent terms and conditions of employment and a commitment from their employer to negotiate with them as responsible trade unionists.
27 September 2016
SERTUC visited the NUJ picket line this morning, outside the BBC studios on Millbank, a short distance from the Houses of Parliament, to offer our best wishes and solidarity greetings to NUJ members who are on strike
15 June 2016
Commenting on new analysis published today (Sunday) by London First and conducted by Frontier Economics, which suggests that wages could be damaged by Brexit, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: “This is yet more evidence of how widespread concerns are that Brexit will hit working people in the pocket.
08 May 2016
Paddling furiously: this book is correctly named in so many ways! Our last report, Swimming against the tide , was published, in 2012, half way through the multifaceted attacks on working people launched by the Coalition Government. And now we experience the unfettered onslaught from this Conservative majority Government (a...
25 April 2016
SERTUC fight for the unity of young and old, women and men, those of all different ethnic and national backgrounds. We call for equality and social justice. We stand with workers across the world celebrating May Day.
19 April 2016
The priorities of Bristol’s next elected mayor matter to working people. This trade union statement highlights some of the key issues that matter to working people in Bristol.
01 April 2016

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