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Activists ready to march on Tories’ conference

14 September 2010
Support for the right of anti-cuts protesters to march past the Tory Party conference on Sunday 3 October in Birmingham is growing by the day.

London meeting rallies the resistance to cuts

14 September 2010
Some 150 people packed into a Right to Work meeting in London on Thursday of last week.

Protesters launch statement to reinstate route for October 3 demo outside Tory conference

02 September 2010
A statement of protest against police changes to the route for the 3 October anti-cuts demonstration outside the Tory party conference has been launched by Birmingham Right to Work.

Take on the Tories on 3 October in Birmingham

31 August 2010
Ben Sprung, FBU

Protest 3 October: Activists unite to take resistance to the heart of government

24 August 2010
Trade union backing for the Right to Work protest at the Tory Party conference is growing.

Plymouth launch anti-cuts action plan

24 August 2010
Some 65 people attended Plymouth TUC’s Fight the Cuts meeting on Thursday of last week.

Disabled tenants protest in Hastings

17 August 2010
Disabled tenants of Amicus Horizon housing association in Hastings demonstrated on Monday against threats of eviction, bullying and a policy of refusing to do repairs for tenants they are in dispute with.

Anti-Tory conference protest is a focus for resistance

17 August 2010
Significant meetings of anti-cuts activists took place in Birmingham and Glasgow last week to prepare for the protest at the Tory Party conference in Birmingham on 3 October.

More union branches line up to back Right to Work demonstration

17 August 2010
The Eastern Number 4 branch of the Communication Workers Union (CWU), Sheffield Green Party and Rotherham Hospital Unison branch are the latest organisations to back the 3 October protest.

Sign Right to Work statement

10 August 2010
Trade union leaders, MPs and campaigners have added their names to a statement of support for the demonstration. It has been called by Right to Work, backed by three trade unions—the PCS, NUJ and UCU—and the Labour Representation Committee.

Right to Work round-up

20 July 2010
Manchester Right to Work supporters in Manchester joined Labour Party campaigners to lobby the Lib Dem MP in Chorlton on Thursday of last week.

Activists plan a day of revolt on 22 June

15 June 2010
Resistance to attacks on our jobs and services has begun.

Protest against Tory cuts on Budget day

08 June 2010
In every borough, town and city across Britain, people are waking up to the reality of the widespread cuts that will destroy public services, jobs—and people’s lives.

Right to Work conference sparked the flame of resistance

25 May 2010
More than 600 trade unionists, workers, community activists and students gathered in London last Saturday for the emergency Right to Work post-election conference.

Workshops brought activists together to plan for the coming battles

25 May 2010
How strikes can win Over 70 people came to the workshop on how strikes can win and how we can deal with the anti-union laws.

Photos of the Right to Work conference, 22 May 2010

25 May 2010

Right to Work conference shows opposition to BA boss Willie Walsh

22 May 2010
More than 600 trade unionists and other activists attended an emergency Right to Work conference in central London today. After an opening rally it divided into workshops which debated how to fight the cuts and attacks on workers' conditions.

Right to Work conference plans fightback

18 May 2010
The Right to Work conference in London this Saturday will bring together hundreds of activists to plan and mobilise against the government’s cuts programme.

Right to Work conference - a key date for all after 6 May

04 May 2010
We have been warned what awaits us after the election.

Right to Work: fighting laws that are rigged against workers

27 April 2010
Employers are increasingly turning to the anti-trade union laws to prevent workers taking industrial action.

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