New pension strikes set for 30 November

Submitted by AWL on 15 September, 2011 - 12:17

24 union leaders, meeting at the TUC on 14 September, have set a new public sector workers' strike against pension cuts for 30 November.

By Patrick Murphy, National Union of Teachers (NUT) exec (pc)

In the first few days of autumn it was just possible to hear the creak of arthritic joints as one public sector trade union leader after another slowly got up of their knees, cleared their collective throats and finally announced that they would ask their members to take strike action to defend their pensions.

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Defend Dale Farm!

Submitted by Matthew on 14 September, 2011 - 1:09

Hundreds of people marched on 10 September to show their support for the travellers of Dale Farm, who are facing the prospect of imminent, violent eviction by Basildon Council.

The atmosphere on the march — a mix of young and old, including travellers, locals and others from further afield — was vibrant and the speakers were positive about the chances of the campaign preventing the eviction.

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Stop jailing children!

Submitted by Matthew on 14 September, 2011 - 1:06

During the riots many who would normally describe themselves as liberals or moderate socialists repeatedly Tweeted and updated Facebook with their own calls for the use of “any means necessary” to restore social order.

If taken at their word, this would have meant the use of the full force of the state — police, police armoury, to disperse what people who were in many instances little more than children.

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More victimisations on the Tube

Submitted by Matthew on 14 September, 2011 - 1:01


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