“We’ve visited over 100 workplaces in the last fortnight to build for a yes vote over pensions. We’ve been getting a good reception.
We’re organising a demonstration on the day with the other unions that are striking.
And we’re organising joint meetings with other unions to build it, in schools and in different areas around the city.
At our last branch committee meeting we discussed the Unite the Resistance conference.
We resolved to send ten delegates.”
Caroline Johnson, assistant branch secretary, Birmingham council Unison (pc)
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