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More strikes are on the table at Birmingham university

More strikes are on the table at Birmingham university Workers at Birmingham university ended a buoyant two-day strike on Wednesday of last week. The Unison union members are fighting for all staff to get the Living Wage.

Privatisation scandal of dirty wards in Nottingham

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Solidarity protests for Palestine in London, Manchester, Nottingham

Solidarity protests for Palestine in London, Manchester, Nottingham London Up to 2,000 people gathered outside the Israeli embassy in Kensington on Thursday night to demonstrate their fury and disgust at the attacks on Gaza.

Defend Jason Poulter

Rank and file activists gathered outside Ratcliffe on Soar power station in Nottinghamshire on Thursday of last week.

Angry meeting defends Kirkby hospital

Angry locals crammed into a consultation meeting in a small ex-mining town in Nottinghamshire last week, outraged at plans to sell off local health services.

Nottingham college students walk out in protest at management

Nottingham college students walk out in protest at management Students at New College Nottingham’s High Pavement sixth form college are boycotting lessons this morning in protest at management plans to extend their hours and cram more students onto the site.

Kimberley School on strike

26 June 2012
Teachers in the NUT union at Kimberley School in Nottingham began a three-day strike on Monday of this week.

Strike to block school academy in Nottinghamshire

19 June 2012
Some 30 teachers in the NUT union picketed outside Kimberley School, Nottinghamshire, when they struck on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.

70 years jail for anti-police riot

05 June 2012
Fourteen people have been jailed for over 70 years in total for taking part in riots in Nottingham last year.

School news round-up

29 May 2012
Teachers at Kimberley School in Nottinghamshire walked out on Tuesday of this week over plans to turn their school into an academy.

Sparks make a stand to back suspended union rep

29 May 2012
Electricians from across Britain travelled to protest at Ratcliffe on Soar Power in Nottinghamshire on Tuesday of last week.

Talks in Nottingham school dispute

01 May 2012
The NUT union has suspended a planned strike in schools across Nottingham.

Nottingham teachers strike against five-term year plan

26 April 2012
Teachers across Nottingham struck for the third time yesterday, Wednesday, against council plans to rip up their terms and conditions.

Nottingham teachers strike against term change

17 April 2012
NUT union members across Nottingham struck on Tuesday of this week against council plans to change their term structure.

Action hits 60 Nottingham schools

03 April 2012
Teachers across Nottingham struck on Thursday of last week against council plans to change the term structure. The strike affected around 60 schools.

NUT plans Nottingham strike

27 March 2012
NUT union members in Nottingham were set to strike on Thursday of this week against attacks on their terms and conditions.

Strikes in schools across Nottingham

20 March 2012
Teachers across Nottingham are set to strike on Thursday of next week in response to a serious attack on their terms and conditions.

MP told: back NHS or we'll sack you

13 March 2012
Supporters of Keep Our NHS Public in Nottingham gathered on Saturday to hand over 500 signed postcards opposing the health bill to local Tory MP Anna Soubry.

Occupy protests keep on growing

08 November 2011
There are now at least 15 occupations underway across Britain—in Bath, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, the Isle of Wight, London Stock Exchange, London Finsbury Square, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Plymouth and Sheffield.

Electricians picket construction sites and power stations

02 November 2011
The battle to stop building bosses tearing up contracts and slashing wages saw pickets in London, Manchester, Newcastle and Nottinghamshire this morning, Wednesday.

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