Strikes on 30 June can reshape British politics.
The government wants workers, both public and private sector, to pay for the economic crisis.
A successful defence of pensions could kickstart resistance everywhere.
Strikes by the NUT, ATL and UCU education unions and the PCS civil service workers’ union will close schools, colleges, and job centres on 30 June.
And despite the right wing media, workers everywhere are keen to see someone have a go at the government.
That’s why council workers in Birmingham have voted for strikes. It’s why those in Doncaster and Southampton will be out on 30 June and why strikes will hit the London Underground on the day.
We must build this action, spread solidarity and follow up with strikes involving even more workers to smash the Tories’ austerity measures.