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Doncaster rally for Care UK workers as new four-day strike set to begin

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Issue 2399
Care UK workers on the picket line

Care UK workers on the picket line (Pic: Socialist Worker)


Care UK workers in Doncaster are set to strike for another four days over the Easter weekend starting on Friday this week. The ex-NHS workers are resisting new contracts from the privatisation vultures Care UK attacking their conditions and slashing their pay by up to £5,000 a year.

The workers have already struck for 16 days since the start of last month.

Unison union rep Kirstine Carbutt told Socialist Worker, “Care UK has not moved at all. They claim there will be no disruption to the service this weekend. They won’t admit the impact our strikes are having. 

“But we are not going to back down—we’re still going strong.”

Trade unionists from around Britain are expected to join a solidarity demonstration in Doncaster this Saturday, assembling 11am Civic Square, Waterdale. 

Send messages and requests for strikers to speak to [email protected] Make cheques payable to: Doncaster, District & Bassetlaw Health Branch and send to: Jenkinson House, White Rose Way, Doncaster DN4 5GJ

 

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