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Islington teachers postpone strike

21 June 2011
Teachers at the Islington Arts and Media School in north London struck on Wednesday of last week.

Islington Arts and Media School teachers set to strike

14 June 2011
Teachers at the Islington Arts and Media School in north London were set to strike on Wednesday of this week. They are fighting compulsory redundancies. The NUT union members struck against the cuts last month. They backed strikes by 90 percent in a ballot.

Unofficial post walkout in north London wins

14 June 2011
Postal workers in Islington, north London, are celebrating after an unofficial walkout last week forced Royal Mail to reinstate a suspended colleague.

Unofficial post walkout gets results

09 June 2011
Postal workers in Islington, north London, are celebrating after an unofficial walkout this morning (Thursday) forced Royal Mail to reinstate a suspended colleague.

Islington fights on against academy plans

31 May 2011
by Ken Muller, assistant branch secretary of Islington NUT (personal capacity)

Islington teachers strike against redundancies

26 May 2011
Teachers at Islington Arts and Media School in north London struck today, Thursday, against management plans to impose compulsory redundancies on four workers.

Islington school teachers set to strike over job cuts

24 May 2011
NUT members at Islington Arts and Media School were set to strike on Thursday of this week.

Vote to fight the education cuts

03 May 2011
Teachers at Islington Arts and Media School began balloting for strike action against threatened compulsory redundancies last week.

Moreland school victory

12 April 2011
The campaign at Moreland School in Islington received a major boost last week.

Indicative ballot at Islington Arts and Media

15 March 2011
Teachers at the Islington Arts and Media school in north London have begun an indicative ballot over the threat of nine redundancies.

Islington march strikes back over cuts

08 February 2011
A noisy, colourful, 1,000-strong march wended its way along Holloway Road in north London last Saturday.

Islington trade unionists and students march against cuts

16 December 2010
Around 300 local trade unionists marched through Islington yesterday. They were joined by students from the London Metropolitan University occupation.

Islington council union calls for anti-cuts action

07 December 2010
An angry 250-strong meeting of the Islington council workers’ Unison union last week called for action over cuts.

Islington students plan to picket college on day of fees vote

02 December 2010
Some 80 students and teachers packed in to an exciting meeting at Islington Sixth Form College today (Thursday) to discuss how to win the battle to defend EMA and stop government plans to increase tuition fees.

Anti-cuts campaigners plan more action in Islington

02 December 2010
Parents, teachers and support staff from Moorland and St Aloysius schools took part in a 100-strong lobby of Islington council executive in north London on Thursday of last week.

Teachers strike at St Aloysius

30 November 2010
Teachers at St Aloysius comprehensive school in Islington, north London, struck on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.

Schools round-up

23 November 2010
Teachers strike to defend student safety Teachers at St Aloysius comprehensive school in Islington, north London, were set to begin a two-day strike on Wednesday of this week.

Have we ‘never had it so good’? Ask college student Tiffany

23 November 2010
Tiffany lives in London with her 19 month old daughter Taliyah. She survives on measly benefits while she studies health and social care at London’s City and Islington College.

Fighting to keep Moreland school

16 November 2010
Around 80 people came to a meeting on Thursday of last week to oppose the closure of Moreland school, in Islington, north London.

Teachers in Islington to take two-day strike over safety

16 November 2010
Teachers at St Aloysius School in Islington, north London, are expecting to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of next week.

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