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Strikers in Camden win pay rise off outsourcer

Strikers in Camden win pay rise off outsourcer Traffic wardens show that striking can get results after forcing bosses into paying up, reports Sarah Bates

Clamping the bosses—Camden traffic wardens' strike

Clamping the bosses—Camden traffic wardens strike Jenny is glad she lives in a different London borough to the one she works in. That’s because Jenny is a traffic warden, and the abuse she suffers would make her fear leaving her home.

‘We won’t let the NSL bosses push us around,’ say strikers

‘We won’t let the NSL bosses push us around,’ say strikers Striking traffic wardens aren’t giving up on their fight for better pay—despite an insulting offer from bosses.

Strikes get bigger for Camden traffic wardens - show solidarity on Saturday

Strikes get bigger for Camden traffic wardens - show solidarity on Saturday Strikers in Camden took their message directly to the Labour-run local authority’s swanky headquarters on Thursday.

Solid strike in Camden as traffic wardens fight NSL outsourcers over pay

Solid strike in Camden as traffic wardens fight NSL outsourcers over pay Strikers in Camden are “fully determined to fight and achieve what we deserve” in their pay battle against ­outsourcing giant NSL.

‘The company treats us like dogs,’ say striking Wandsworth traffic wardens

‘The company treats us like dogs,’  say striking Wandsworth traffic wardens GMB union members in the Tory-run south London borough began their second 48-hour strike for sick pay on Thursday

Camden traffic wardens prepare to strike for better pay

04 December 2018
Camden traffic wardens were preparing to return to the picket lines this week.

Striking Camden traffic wardens say no waiting for pay justice

01 October 2018
The Unison union members in north London are taking the fight for higher pay to outsourcing giant NSL.

Traffic wardens get ready for a five-day walkout to demand higher wages

11 September 2018
Traffic wardens in Camden, central London are “very, very ready” to begin a five-day strike to fight for decent pay, on Monday.

Camden traffic wardens' win puts clamp on bosses

20 October 2015
A mass union meeting of traffic wardens in Camden, central London, has accepted a new pay offer from bosses.

Camden wardens strike blow against poverty pay

11 December 2012
Traffic wardens in Camden, north London, have won a pay rise of 10 percent over the next two years following strikes.

Camden traffic wardens strike back against poverty pay

14 August 2012
Traffic wardens in Camden, north London, showed their determination to win decent pay as they struck for three days last week. Their rage was aimed at NSL, the private contractor that employs them.

Traffic wardens in Camden start three-day strike for decent pay

09 August 2012
Traffic wardens in Camden were in confident mood today, Thursday, for the start of their second strike over pay.

Reports round-up

07 August 2012
Camden traffic wardens to strike Traffic wardens working for Camden council in north London plan to walk out for three days this week. The 160 workers, employed by privateer NSL, are fighting for better pay and conditions.

Homeless hunger strikers take on Tory attacks on housing benefits

07 August 2012
Three men went on hunger strike and camped outside Camden Town Hall in north London for three days last week. They were protesting because housing benefit cuts had made them homeless.

Traffic wardens strike in Camden and York

17 July 2012
Some 160 traffic wardens in Camden, north London, struck for two days last week. They are demanding a living wage from parking contractor NSL.

Strong picket lines across Camden as wardens strike for decent pay

11 July 2012
Some 160 traffic wardens in Camden, north London, have started two days of strikes against their employer, parking contractor NSL.

Wardens to strike in Camden

10 July 2012
Camden traffic wardens were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of this week over pay.

Public inquiry in Camden health

17 April 2012
Camden Council has agreed to launch a public inquiry into the privatisation of the Camden Road GP practice after a public outcry at its closure.

Boardroom sit-in to save Camden surgery

03 April 2012
Around 40 Camden residents and campaigners from Keep Our NHS Public occupied the North Central London NHS primary care trust board meeting last Thursday. They are fighting against the closure of Camden Road Surgery. The closure will leave thousands without a GP within reasonable proximity.

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