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Birmingham Defend Jobs UNITE demo

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some 7000 people took to the streets of Birmingham. United in the belief that the Government needs to provide more support for our jobs, we marched for each other, for […]

What about the workers?

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Wednesday 25th May 10:30am-12:30pm@ Lighthouse “Industrial disputes as represented on Stage and Screen” by Ned Williams WEA Dayschool – order tickets by 30 March followed by “Made in Dagenham” at […]

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TAX JUSTICE

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Tax  Justice – Trace the Tax  FRIDAY 8th APRIL  Hundreds of millions of the world’s poorest people struggle with little or no access to basic services Because multi-national companies have made […]

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2007 council election campaign

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Wolverhampton, Bilston & District Trades Union council has run campaigns against the fascists each time they’ve sarted standing a few years ago. We leaflet the wards to encourage voters to […]

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Dying to Work campaign

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The Midlands TUC’s Dying to Work Campaign is being taken up nationally. The Dying to Work voluntary Charter now covers around 600,000 workers, with signings constantly taking place across the UK. […]

Wolverhampton Against Cuts

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Wolverhampton and Bilston District Trades Union Council organised a public meeting on 17th March 2011 Against the Cuts; at the Dunstall Hill Community Centre. 2,200 homes in the surrounding areas […]

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TUC against violence against women

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(25 November) is the UN International Day on the Elimination of Violence against Women.   The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) issued a statement noting that one third of all women […]

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Shrewsbury 24 debate

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Parliamentary debate on the Shrewsbury 24 documents 9 -12-15 in which Rob Marris MP took part which called the government to release all the files relating to the charges, trials, and […]

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Do young workers need trade unions?

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Tuesday 10 November 6pm to 7-30pm Room G03 Birmingham Business School University of Birmingham, University House, Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham, B15 2TY  

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LibDem Con coalition collapses

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The Labour Party is now back in control of Wolverhampton council. In December's council meeting Labour won back control after Lib Dem councillor Claire Darke voted with Labour, the largest […]

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Sunday Trading opposition

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Sunday trading: Usdaw survey finds 92% of shopworkers oppose longer hours, with two-thirds pressured to work on Sundays   Shopworkers’ trade union Usdaw has surveyed over 11,000 retail staff in […]