Workers' Liberty bulletin for the run-up to 30 November strikes. Also for use on the day itself.
Activists in “N30” unions — the unions that are set to participate in the mass public sector strike over pensions reform — are working hard to build for 30 November.
PCS has a live mandate for action from the June strike so we are not balloting again.
Over a thousand members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union who are part of the Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme or the Local Government Pension Scheme will be balloted to join the mass public sector strike action on 30 November.
Local government unions have vowed to continue building for strike action on 30 November despite new proposals from the Local Government Association intended to soften the blow of Tory pensions reforms.
The declaration by the Trades Union Congress that Wednesday 30 November will be the next “day of action” in the campaign against government pension cuts is enormously positive and must now be a key focus for organising.
Unions have set 30 November as the date for another one-day strike against pension cuts.
The National Union of Teachers Executive should soon name a date for a second strike against government pension cuts, probably early November.
Camden, Kirklees, and Tower Hamlets Unison branches are inviting other branches to send representatives to a meeting on 24 September. Click here to download pdf with details.
The National Union of Teachers (NUT) Executive is talking about the idea of second strike against pension cuts in the week beginning 7 November, to follow on from the one on 30 June.