Forty-five workers at the Enterprise Distribution Centre, which unloads paper reels from incoming vessels at the Tilbury docks in Essex, struck on Monday 7 May, the first walkout at the docks since 1989.
On 10 May the PCS civil service union is striking against the government’s “work longer, pay more, get less” changes to public sector pensions.
After the 24 April strike against pay cuts and restructuring at Central Foundation Girls School in East London, school management are showing signs of shifting.
Workers at Sunderland College will be balloted for strike action in a dispute over pay.
On 26 April the NUT Executive accepted recommendations from the General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary not to call any further industrial action on pensions, at least for now.
An industrial bulletin by and for education workers in the London borough of Tower Hamlets.
Teachers and support staff at Central Foundation Girls School in East London will strike on Wednesday 25 April as part of a battle to resist redundancies and pay cuts.
Nottingham teachers struck for a second day on 17 March in their campaign of industrial action against the Local Authority.
This week owners and administrators of private capital will assemble in London to share ideas about how state education can be further opened up to their insurgency.