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Cuts threaten London GPs’ surgeries

14 July 2015
Up to 140 of London’s 1,400 general practitioner (GP) surgeries face the threat of closure during the next three years, local health committees have warned.

Reports round-up

07 July 2015
Housing and insulation workers ballot; Royal Opera House deal accepted; Israeli factory targeted; and London hotel workers get organised

Tata steel strike suspended

23 June 2015
Unions at Tata Steel have halted their industrial action and suspended a strike planned for Monday of this week in response to a new offer from bosses.

Reports round-up

23 June 2015
Teachers fight back against dismissals at George Monoux College | Strike against academies at east London schools | Oxford hospital porters in jobs and pay ballot | Gunstones bakery workers set new dates for action | Debating unjust joint enterprise law | Pay strike ballot at Kingspan Insulation

Steel workers are ready to fight against bosses' raid on pensions

16 June 2015
More than 13,000 steel workers were set to strike on Monday of next week against attacks on their pension scheme. 

Labour candidates booed at GMB conference after refusing to condemn benefit cap

10 June 2015
Labour leadership candidates held their first trade union hustings at GMB conference in Dublin yesterday, Tuesday.

National strike set to go ahead at Tata Steel

09 June 2015
Four trade unions in the steel industry have called its first national strike for 30 years against a raid on the British Steel pension scheme.

GMB conference delegates want better than capitulation to austerity from Labour

09 June 2015
The Tories’ renewed assault on workers and Labour’s general election defeat dominated the GMB union’s annual conference in Dublin this week.

Drivers can win in Barking

02 June 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in Barking and Dagenham, east London, began an eight- day strike last Saturday.

Tata Steel workers deliver a resounding vote for action

02 June 2015
Workers in the Community union at Tata Steel plants across Britain have voted by almost 90 percent to strike in defence of their pensions.

Royal parks workers strike over pay

26 May 2015
Royal Parks workers in central London struck on Tuesday of this week against bosses’ plans to change the way they are paid. 

Solid action in Barking and Dagenham as refuse workers plan new walkout

26 May 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in Barking and Dagenham, east London, completed a 13-day strike on Monday of this week.

Barking and Dagenham refuse strikers won't be beaten by bosses' dirty tricks

14 May 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in Barking and Dagenham, east London, began the second day of a 13 day walkout today, Thursday.

Barking and Dagenham refuse workers set for 22 days of walkouts

12 May 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in Barking and Dagenham, east London, were set to strike for 13 days from Wednesday of this week. 

Steel workers ballot for strike over pensions

12 May 2015
Workers at Tata Steel plants around Britain are set to vote on strikes to defend their pensions. The biggest union, Community, began a two-week ballot on Wednesday of last week with the Unite and GMB unions following soon after.

Barking and Dagenham refuse strike gains support

05 May 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in Barking and Dagenham, east London, were continuing an eight-day strike as Socialist Worker went to press.

Bins back out in Barking and Dagenham dispute

23 April 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in the GMB union in Barking and Dagenham, east London, began a two-day walkout this morning, Thursday. 

Reports round up

21 April 2015
Edinburgh museums strike; Sellafield workers vote to strike; packaging strike suspended; Catching History on the Wing conference; Barking bins dispute

East London refuse workers oppose pay cuts

07 April 2015
Refuse lorry drivers in Barking and Dagenham, east London, struck for two days from Tuesday of this week against council bosses’ plans to slash their pay by £1,000 a year.

Offshore oil workers vote to ballot for action over job losses

31 March 2015
Unite union members covered by the Offshore Contractors Agreement have voted by 93.5 percent to hold a ballot for industrial action.

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