Support Barnsley Freedom Riders
A mass solidarity protest is planned outside Sheffield Magistrates Court on Monday 8 December in support of two free travel campaigners who were arrested in June.
The Unite union is paying the legal fees and has also agreed to fund free coaches to get campaigners through from Barnsley.
The Freedom Rides campaign is putting out an appeal to trade unionists to join us outside the court.
Prison officers demand more pay
Prison officers at Rampton, Broadmoor and Ashworth high security psychiatric units have called a strike for Friday of this week.
The Prison Officers Association said the walkout is linked to the action taken by NHS workers over pay.
March for justice over custody deaths
The United Families and Friends Campaign’s annual procession to Downing Street was set to take place this Saturday.
Family and supporters of those who have died in police and prison custody or after contact with the police will march from Trafalgar Square.
Bin workers walk out over job attacks
Refuse and recycling workers in Sheffield, South Yorkshire began four days of strikes last Saturday.
The GMB union members plan to walk out again this weekend.
The dispute is over a failure to agree on premium overtime and weekend pay, work facilities and allegations of bullying management.
Stop privatisation of mental health
Over 30 workers, service users and supporters joined a launch of a campaign to stop the privatisation of Bolton’s psychological therapy services last week.
Over 1,300 signatures on our petition have been collected so far. The local GP Commissioners want to halve the budget and open the door to private health vultures.
Walkouts called to defend workmates
Train conductors at Arriva Wales were set to strike for 48 hours on Thursday and Friday of this week.
Workers at Holyhead, Chester and Llandudno Junction depots are taking the action in a row over the dismissal of two colleagues.