End Fire and Rehire

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We Demand Better THURSDAY, 19 MAY 2022 at 8pm on zoom Barry Gardiner MP will speak on the campaign to stop this evil employment practice which some of Britain’s worst […]

Wolverhampton RMT strike

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Fifth two day strike by Wolverhampton RMT Cleaners at Oxley Depot 14 and 15 May 2022 in their ongoing demand for a pay rise.

We Demand Better

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March and Rally, 18 June Working people have had enough. Everything’s going up but our wages. Join the trade union movement in London to tell this government: we DEMAND better!

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42 years of anti-trade union laws

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As highlighted in our annual report, Tory anti-trade union laws continue to be implemented, 42 years after Thatcher first tried to destroy the defenders of the working class, the trade […]

Decent sick pay for all

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From the end of March 2022, workers suffering from the coronavirus will have to wait until their fourth day of sickness before they can get Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).

Trade union courses locally 2022

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 TUC courses sign up now…for online TU courses Midlands TUC courses: https://www.tuc.org.uk/TUCcourses#midlands more online courses at https://www.tuceducation.org.uk/findacourse/ Trade Union Studies Representatives’ Programme  at Shrewsbury College & GMB Offices, Hanley, Stoke on Trent Union Reps Stage […]

Action on Amazon

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a new UNITE the union-led COALITION, challenging the working practices championed by Amazon.Their union-busting tactics deny workers a voice and create unnecessary fear. see https://actiononamazon.org/

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Indian Farmers’ victory

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talk by Joginder Bains of the Indian Workers’ Association at our recent delegate meeting on the historic victory of the Indian Farmers 2021 after nine general strikes in a year […]

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COP26

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The End of COP26: What Decisions Were Made and How Do They Affect You?

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Black History in schools

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  following Patrick Vernon’s talk to Wolverhampton TUC, we worked with Wolverhampton Council to get a copy in each of Wolverhampton’s 110 schools and libraries.  Year 7 students Nobelo Phuthi, […]