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One week left—How to vote yes for more strikes

Issue No. 2293

There is still time to vote in the consultations for more action over pensions.

A large vote for action on a big turnout will strengthen the live ballots for strikes set for 28 March.

You can help build the vote through regular leafleting, holding meetings where members vote together and talking to workers in the canteen in break time.

Here are the union-by-union details of how to vote.


Voting ends Tuesday 13 March

UCU members should have received an email from [email protected] with a link to vote in the consultation.

Members who haven’t given the union an email address should have received a ballot paper in the post.

Phone 020 7756 2500 if you haven’t received a ballot paper or email. You can request a duplicate ballot by completing an online form at

The ballot ends on Tuesday of next week.


Voting ends Wednesday 14 March

NUT members can return the consultation form by post. They can also vote by calling 0800 197 4620 or online at

You will need the code numbers on your survey form to vote via phone or internet.

Members can vote by post until Saturday of this week, and phone or email up to 10am on Wednesday of next week.

The ballot ends on Wednesday of next week.


Voting ends Thursday 15 March

EIS members can vote online at until 10am on Thursday of next week. You will need the security code printed on the ballot paper sent in the post.

Email [email protected] if you have any queries. The ballot ends on Thursday of next week.


Voting ends Friday 16 March

People should have received a ballot paper in the post. This contains a pin number and details of how to vote online and by phone.

If you have not received a ballot paper contact [email protected] or phone 020 7801 2670/2680/2810 with your membership or national insurance number.

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Thu 8 Mar 2012, 14:36 GMT
Issue No. 2293
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