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Remploy strike: a great first step in the fight for jobs

Leaflet given out at Leeds Remploy factory picket line on 19 July 2012…

Remploy: strike to save every job and every factory

Our leaflet to Remploy workers following the vote for strike action to save their workplaces. Union officials have won some disputes, but the Remploy workers will have to keep control…

Disable the government – not Remploy!

By Sally Turner   REMPLOY, a government-owned company that provides disabled people with employment, is closing 36 of its 54 factories and sacking at least 1,700 workers. Everyone should oppose…

Pensions dispute and the left: a tale of backsliding and cover-up

The 28 March strike by London schools and colleges showed just how impressive a nation-wide strike could have been. Around 1,500 schools were shut down or severely disrupted, while almost…

Solid strike at Unilever Leeds: now escalate to defend pensions

Forty Unilever workers from the night shift, USDAW reps and officials and supporters joined picketlines outside the big Leeds plant at Seacroft to kick off the second 24-hour strike. Workers…

Vince Cable makes veiled threat on anti-union laws at GMB conference

Con-Dem Business Secretary, Vince Cable, struggled to complete his speech today when he said coordinated strike action could result in more anti-union laws. John Bowman reports The chair had to…

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