NSSN 396: Come to NSSN Conference this Saturday!


The 2018 National Shop Stewards Network Annual Conference is from 11am-2.30pm this Saturday July 7th in Conway Hall – 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL.

The attendance fee is £6 and it is open to all trade union and anti-cuts campaigners. Affiliation letter and conference appeal letter is here  Facebook event

NSSN Conference meets in the week when the NHS reaches its 70th birthday. Like all other public services, it is under siege from Tory austerity. NHS workers are taking strike action in the North West and are in dispute in Yorkshire. Council workers in East Dunbartonshire in Scotland are taking action and PCS is in the middle of a national strike ballot on pay.

There are many other disputes, which are covered every week in this bulletin, from the 2-year long fight by the RMT against Driver Only Operation to strikes by a new generation of workers in McDonalds and TGI Fridays and by mainly migrant workers against outsourcing in the University of London.

The NSSN Conference is an opportunity to hear, meet and discuss with some of the best fighters in the union movement – from militant leaders and rank and file reps and activists. Come along this Saturday to be part of fightback.


The conference will finish in time for people to watch the England vs Sweden World Cup match at 3pm. As a result, we have had to re-jig the agenda. We will be showing the match in the venue. There are also plenty of pubs nearby. Because of the tighter agenda, we encourage attendees to bring a packed lunch. There is also a café that will be open until 2pm.



Agenda for NSSN Conference:-

10am Registration starts

11am Opening session: ‘Organise Our Fightback’

Chairs: Linda Taaffe NSSN National Secretary and Katrine Williams NSSN National vice-chair

Speakers: Rob Williams NSSN National Chair, Howard Beckett Unite Assistant General Secretary, Amy Murphy USDAW President, Chris Baugh PCS Assistant General Secretary, Sean Hoyle RMT President, Ian Hodson BFAWU President, Joe Simpson POA Deputy General Secretary, Terry Pullinger CWU Deputy General Secretary Postal, , Hugo Pierre Unison NEC (personal capacity) on Windrush, Lawanya Ramajeyam Refugee Rights, Richard Shattock BFAWU McDonalds strike, Resist Trump speaker

We will be discussing the following themes:-

Fighting school cuts, Windrush/fighting racism, Organising in retail, fast food, leisure and hospitality, NHS, Resisting Trump, Striking against the pay cap


We also want to give advanced notice that once again we will be organising a rally at TUC Congress. This year it will be in Manchester on Sunday September 9th.


Unite agrees to affiliate to the NSSN

Unite has been a major supporter of Saturday’s demonstrations. We are delighted that the union has agreed to affiliate to the National Shop Stewards Network and become the 10th national union to officially support the NSSN.


Unite General Secretary Len McCluskey welcomed this decision of the union’s Executive Council:-

“Unite really is a fighting back union. In an age when the Tories have dished out brutal austerity and employers have felt on the front foot. I am proud of the fact that virtually every week, in some part of the country, there will be a picket line or protest decked out in Unite flags and banners. The NSSN is often there standing shoulder to shoulder with us. It plays an important role in getting the word out and helping to build support and solidarity when a hostile Tory media is attacking us for defending our members. I spoke at the NSSN rally at the TUC in September alongside our striking binworkers from Birmingham. I look forward to our union developing a relationship with the network for the benefit of our members.”

Unite Assistant General Secretary Howard Beckett is speaking at the NSSN Conference on July 7th



NSSN news

Harrogate NSSN Public Meeting Discussed Fight Against Austerity (3 July) – The first National Shop Stewards Network meeting took place in Harrogate on Wednesday 27th June, bringing together local trade unionists in dispute against the effects of austerity read more

Get your trade union branch or trades council to affiliate to the NSSN – it only costs £50. Already affiliated? Please think about renewing it. Also, many of our supporters pay a few pounds a month. You can set up a similar standing order to ‘National Shop Stewards Network’, HSBC – sort code 40-06-41, account number 90143790. Our address is NSSN, PO Box 54498, London E10 9DE

Download the ‘Join the NSSN’ leaflet here

And if you can, come to one of our regional Conferences. If there is not one in your area, get in touch to either assist in organising or have a speaker at one of your meetings or events. Contact Rob or Linda on [email protected]

Follow us on twitter via @NSSN_AntiCuts and Facebook




Union News


The National Shop Stewards Network gives full support and solidarity to the PCS who voted at their recent annual conference to move to a national strike ballot on pay that opened on June 18 and closes on July 23rd

Government caught breaking yet more promises on pay as PCS writes to Minister (3 Jul) – PCS has accused the government of “arrogance” after Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington failed to honour his commitment to respond to union demands to withdraw the civil service pay guidance remit. Minsters released pay guidance for government departments in the civil service and related areas last week without consulting unions. In a letter to Mr Lidington, general secretary Mark Serwotka demanded the minister consult with the union properly and lift the pay cap imposed on PCS members. Mr Serwotka’s demands on pay have been echoed by other civil service unions, Prospect and FDA in an unprecedented show of unity read more

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Win on pay in Highways England (29 Jun) – PCS members in Highways England’s Traffic Officer Service have voted overwhelmingly to accept a pay offer that smashes the government’s 1% pay cap. PCS members working as operators in regional control centres (RCCs) and as traffic officers on the UK strategic road network have voted to accept a pay offer that will see their pay rise by 9.8% and 3% respectively, with corresponding rises to shift allowances. The deal also includes a £750 allowance for experienced staff who carry out formal on-the-job coaching duties read more

Union reacts to Esther McVey apology in parliament on Universal Credit (4 Jul) – PCS reiterated its call for the roll out of Universal Credit to be halted following the minister’s apology. Esther McVey was forced into a humiliating climb down today when she apologised for misleading parliament over the controversial issue of Universal Credit. The Work and Pensions Secretary said she had “inadvertently misled” the Commons by claiming that the National Audit Office (NAO) had called for the roll-out of the Universal Credit benefit to be accelerated read more



Unite announce strike days on Total’s oil and gas offshore platforms (5 July) – Unite the union has today (5 July) announced a series of strike days on the North Sea oil and gas platforms operated by Total E&P. Following the overwhelming mandate for industrial action, there will be a series of 24 hour and 12 hour stoppages on the three platforms affected (Alwyn, Dunbar and Elgin), all of which will be forced to cease production. There will also be a continuous ban on overtime commencing at 00.01 hours on 23 July. The dispute concerns the company’s wage review and its plans to force workers to increase their offshore working time. A report by Robert Gordon University identified that workers on three-week, equal-time rotas were nearly twice as likely to experience ill health as those on two-on-two-off shifts. The three on/three off rota pattern is now worked by 56 per cent of the workforce offshore, compared with just 17 per cent working the same pattern in 2007.

24 Hour Stoppages

  • Starting at 06.00 hours on 23 July, 6 August and 20 August.

12 Hour Stoppages

  • Starting at 12.00 hours on 30 July and 13 August read more

Unite target TGI Fridays restaurants with nationwide protests (3 July) – Happy 4th July, now keep your hands off staff tips. Unite and ‘fair tips’ campaigners will be targeting TGI Fridays restaurants, tomorrow (Wednesday 4 July) with over 30 demonstrations planned nationwide to protest the company’s unfair tipping policy and refusal to talk to the union. The fourth of July or Independence Day in the United States is a big day of celebrations for the American-themed restaurant chain, which Unite will help mark with protests in all regions of England and Wales, and also in Glasgow. Workers at four TGI Fridays restaurants have already taken four days of strike action over consecutive Fridays (from 18 May to 8 June) in a dispute over exploitative work practices and a tip policy change which is costing low waged waiting staff around £250 a month in lost wages. In January, waiting staff were given just two days’ notice that 40 per cent of their card tips would be cut and redistributed to kitchen staff, in lieu of a pay rise for this latter group of workers read more read more   Tweet support to @RwUnite

Unite local authority craft workers reject local government pay offer and show disgust at employers’ attitude (2 July) – Thousands of Unite members employed in local government, whose pay and conditions are covered by the ‘craft red book’ agreement, and primarily undertake housing maintenance roles, have voted to reject the employers pay offer. The workers voted to reject the two per cent pay offer made by local government employers and are urging employers to enter into negotiations. Unite members are angry at the way that local government employers have conducted the pay negotiations read more

HCA Members Vote Yes to Strike! (22 June) – Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) have overwhelmingly voted for strike action in protest at years of real-terms pay cuts and pay inequality. The organisation is home to the Regulator of Social Housing and Homes England brands, and Unite is the largest of three recognised trade unions read more from read more on Unite LE111 housing workers branch website

Major victory for London’s young people in non-payment of ‘living wage’ scandal, says Unite (28 June) – Unite has notched up a significant victory in its campaign to make London’s largest social enterprise leisure services’ provider Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) pay the London Living Wage (LLW) to those aged 18-to-20. Today (Thursday 28 June), Unite announced that Tower Hamlets council had brought forward an agreement with GLL to pay those aged 18-20 the LLW from this September, with pay backdated to April this year. Unite regional officer Onay Kasab said: “We regard this as a significant victory in our campaign to achieve LLW pay justice for young people employed in London boroughs by GLL.” Read more

Likelihood of Hackney parking chaos increases as peace talks collapse (28 June) – The prospect of residents in Hackney north London, becoming mired in a parking meltdown next month has dramatically increased after peace talks brokered by the conciliation service Acas collapsed yesterday (Wednesday 27 June). The dispute involves 40 traffic wardens employed in Hackney. The workers are members of Unite, the UK’s largest union, are employed by private contractor APCOA Parking (UK) Ltd, on an outsourced contract tendered by the council. Strike action has been called for six continuous days beginning on Monday 9 July at 00:01hrs and ending at 23:59 on Saturday 14 July. With no traffic enforcement, motorists will be able to park where they choose. Residents face the prospect of not being able to park outside of their own homes, despite having paid for the privilege, with no redress. The dispute concerns a pay claim for a five per cent increase from April 2018, unfair and discriminatory working practices, which includes: unfair implementation of sickness procedures, unfair implementation of holiday allocation and a demand to enhance the long service award. The Acas talks collapsed yesterday (27 June) after APCOA refused to discuss pay, citing they needed first to discuss the issues with the client Hackney council. Unite regional officer Onay Kasab said: “Time is fast running out if these strikes, which will cause traffic and parking chaos throughout Hackney, are to be avoided read more

Messages of support for the strikers can be sent to [email protected]

We also need financial donations. Cheques made payable to Hackney Unite and sent to Onay Kasab at 33 – 37 Moreland St, London EC1V 8BB.

Messages of protest to the Mayor of Hackney ( APCOA run the contract for Hackney Council) and also to the Head of Parking and Markets, 136 – 142 Lower Clapton Road, Hackney, E5 OQJ

Support Ian Allinson: Protesters accuse Fujitsu of victimising whistleblowers read more. Keep up to date with Unite: Our union in Fujitsu website



RMT confirms industrial action on South Western Railway (5 July) – RMT confirms industrial action on South Western Railway in defence of workers victimised during recent strikes. RAIL UNION RMT today confirmed a ban on overtime and rest day working by Commercial Guards at Bournemouth and Weymouth depots in response to the victimisation of members during the recent industrial action by guards in defence of rail safety. Following an overwhelming vote for action at both depots RMT has confirmed the following action: With effect from 00.01 hours Tuesday 17th July 2018, until further notice, members are instructed not to carry out any overtime or rest day working read more

RMT confirms further strike action on Northern Rail in fight over guards and rail safety (4 July) – RAIL UNION RMT confirmed today that further strike action will take place two weeks Saturday on Arriva Rail North over attacks on the role of the safety-critical guard and the extension of Driver Only Operation in the name of increased profits. All Arriva Rail North Conductor, Conductor Instructor and Train Driver members are instructed to take action as follows: Not to book on for any shifts between 0001 hours and 2359 hours on Saturday 21ST July 2018 read more

National dispute fund (DOO disputes) – If you would like to donate to the RMT National Dispute Fund which makes payments to support their striking members taking part in National DOO disputes then you can donate via PayPal using the donate button below or make a cheque payable to RMT National Dispute Fund and send it to the address below. Alternatively, you can ring their Freephone helpline on 0800 376 3706 who will be happy to process a credit card payment for you, or, if you would like to pay via internet banking, please email [email protected] for further details. Vicky Thompson, Finance Manager RMT, 39 Chalton Street, London NW1 1JD. Tel: 020-7529-8843

RMT announces strike action of transplant train maintenance and stores staff at London Underground’s Ruislip Depot (28 June) – TUBE UNION RMT has confirmed that strike action will take place by transplant train maintenance and stores staff at London Underground’s Ruislip Depot. The strike action is over a dispute about pay parity and payments associated with Train Preparation based on the duties staff undertake in their role. All Advanced Train Maintainer, Duty Maintenance Manager, Team Leader (Train Maintenance) members at Ruislip depot are instructed to take strike action by NOT BOOKING ON FOR ANY SHIFTS THAT COMMENCE BETWEEN:-

  • 07:00 hours on Thursday 12th July to 07:00 hours on Friday 13th July 2018
  • 19:00 hours on Friday 13th July to 07:00 hours on Saturday 14th July 2018
  • 07:00 hours on Sunday 15th July to 19:00 hours on Sunday 15th July 2018 read more

RMT drivers on Piccadilly Line to strike over appalling working conditions (26 June) – TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today that driver members on the Piccadilly Line will be striking over a series of attacks on working conditions and staffing levels that have turned the line into a pressure cooker. RMT members will strike between 21.00 hours on Wednesday 11th July and 01.00 hours on Saturday 14th July 2018 read more

RMT strike action rock solid on Northern Rail this morning in fight for rail safety (19 June) – RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said; “RMT members on Northern Rail stand rock solid and united once again this morning in this long running dispute which is ‎about putting public safety and access before private profit on our railways. “RMT is angry and frustrated that while we are making some progress in discussions in similar safety disputes‎ Arriva Rail North refuse point blank to engage with the union in any meaningful fashion. That is a disgrace and speaks volumes about the attitude of this company…” read more



Firefighter strike in West Midlands over new contracts on hold for now (28 June) – Firefighters in the West Midlands have called off planned strike action after the fire service employer agreed to halt the introduction of controversial contracts for new entrants, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has said. However, the union said the development did not mean that the industrial dispute was over but that progress in negotiations had been made. Matt Wrack, general secretary of the FBU, said: “The recent dialogue between the union and West Midlands Fire Service has been fruitful but there are still many issues to deal with in order to bring this dispute to a close. The union only considers strike action in the most serious of cases. There is a huge strength of feeling among firefighters and emergency control operators that these contracts would have done huge damage to the service.” The contracts would have meant new entrants into the service would have had to take on work outside the agreed role of a firefighter. It would have allowed the employer to unilaterally change the work of firefighters at any time, thereby breaching nationally negotiated agreements with the union. Strike action would have been taken between 30 June and 4 July. Earlier this year a ballot saw 90% of firefighters and emergency control operators agree to strike action on an 82% turnout read more



Sign petition – Education Secretary Damian Hinds: urgently fund education for children with special needs



Four Pillars delivers working week reduction at MDECs (July 3) – Nearly 400 MDEC workers this week became the first Royal Mail Group workers in the country to benefit from the shorter working week clause that the union won in the Four Pillars national agreement. Staff at Royal Mail’s three MDEC sites – Farnworth, Plymouth and Stoke – are in Week One of a 40-minute reduction to their weekly duty rosters without loss of pay, a change equivalent to an hourly rate increase of approximately 1.9 per cent read more

Strike vote at Royal Mail Swansea (June 27) – Swansea Delivery Office members will be balloted on strike action after a member was sacked on the basis of a “flawed conduct case” undertaken by local management. Martin Henwood, who has worked for the company for 32 years with no previous disciplinary record, was sacked last month after bosses accused him of not following a procedure on door-to-door (unaddressed) mail, despite him following the protocol of the office read more



GMB North West paramedics strike again in long-running pay dispute (28 June) – After almost 13 years, our members are now saying enough is enough, says GMB Union. GMB, the union for ambulance staff, has announced a second North West Ambulance Service paramedics strike on Friday June 29 as part of a long-running pay dispute read more



Support the McDonalds strikers who took their 2nd day of action on May 1stKeep sending solidarity to the BFAWU, post cheques to BFAWU, Stanborough House, Great North Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts AL8 7TA and donate to the strike fund. Also help the fund by buying a #McStrike t-shirt. More info on the Fast Food Rights/Hungry for Justice website



UCU to ballot higher education staff for industrial action over pay (29 June) – UCU has announced today that it will ballot its higher education members for industrial action later this year as part of a row over pay. The ballot will open in August and close in October 2018. The dispute has arisen after the Universities and Colleges’ Employers Association (UCEA) made a final offer of 2% at the last joint negotiating meeting in May. UCU said the offer does nothing to address the falling value of higher education pay, which has declined in real terms by 21% since 2010 read more

Unions submit 5% pay claim ahead of July pay talks (27 June) – Trade unions representing staff in further education colleges in England have today submitted a pay claim of 5% for the 2018/19 academic year to the employers’ representatives the Association of Colleges (AoC) read more


Unison, GMB, Unite East Dunbartonshire

East Dunbartonshire: Mass support for council workers’ strike – A four day council workers’ strike in East Dunbartonshire has begun with members of Unison, Unite and the GMB taking action. This is in response to an onslaught on workers’ terms and conditions by the Tory/Lib Dem council administration. The attacks include the removal of three days of annual leave, increasing the notional working day and reducing the time when unsocial hours payments apply. Removal of enhanced overtime and cuts to the redundancy payments framework open the way to compulsory redundancies read more on Socialist Party Scotland website    read more on Unison Scotland website     See photos from the strikes

Send solidarity messages to:

Email: [email protected] Phone 0141 578 8058

Donations to: Industrial Action Account East Dunbartonshire Unison

Sort Code: 086001 Account No. 20075332

Email Janice Campbell to let them know of your [email protected]



Bin workers take strike action after talks with Kirklees council collapse (4 July) – In an ongoing dispute from the end of last year, Kirklees bin workers are now taking strike action from 3-9 July. This comes after talks between local government trade union Unison and Kirklees council have collapsed, after a lack of control of senior staff by the council. Industrial action was avoided in June pending the results of an investigation into bullying and racism, going back to November. During that time the operations manager at the centre of the claims was told to work from another site. However this manager failed to respect this request and continually went to the main Vine Street facility that services Huddersfield, attempting to intimidate staff, according to Unison officials. This culminated in a lead shop steward being told that he should be working on trade union business full time and should no longer complete the round he has done for the last 20 years. This was quickly seen for what it was, an attempt to remove a steward from work colleagues and to distance workers from their trade union representation. The lead steward promptly refused, leading to management ordering him to go home! The final straw came as last-ditch efforts were put into a meeting between Unison officials and Kirklees council management at conciliation service Acas read more from ‘The Socialist’   Kirklees Unison website

New strike dates announced in Wigan ‘subco‘ dispute (4 July) – Strikers announce seven-day action beginning on 17 July in struggle to stay as NHS workers. Hospital workers in Wigan will strike for another seven days in two weeks time, as their dispute over being outsourced to a private company wholly owned by their NHS trust continues. Formal notice of the strike, which will start at 6am on 17 July, was sent to the Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust after their latest five-day action ended yesterday. This will be the fourth period of industrial action taken by UNISON members who work in roles including portering, cleaning and catering. The trust’s plan to outsource nearly 900 staff to a private limited company, WWL Solutions Ltd, has already seen strikes on 23-24 May and 8-10 June, plus a five-day strike from 28 June to 3 July. Staff are striking to protect their terms and conditions and the living standards of future generations of hospital staff, and to keep the NHS team together read more

St Helens and Warrington housing members win 3.1% pay rise (3 July) – Pay increase at north-west England housing group follows rejection of 2% offer and a ballot for industrial action. UNISON members kept up the pressure on Torus after rejecting the first 25 offer and balloting for industrial action. UNISON members working for a north-west housing group have won a 3.1% pay rise after rejecting an earlier offer and balloting for industrial action. Some 700 workers employed by Torus Housing in Warrington and St Helens will get the pay rise in their July pay packets, backdated to April. Staff who work in a range of roles including administrators, customer service advisers, housing officers and maintenance staff voted to accept the latest offer after early voting to take industrial action over a 2% offer read more

Support Hull recycling workers striking for sick pay – Branch appeals for donations to hardship fund. Recycling workers working for FCC Environment in Hull have been striking for decent pay sick pay, and are asking for donations to their hardship fund. Please send messages of solidarity and financial support to the Wilmington Strikers c/o Adrian Kennett Hull City UNISON 39, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull HU1 2AG. Please make cheques payable to UNISON Hull City Branch read more



Support the Picturehouse workers who have recently taken more actionBECTU members at the Ritzy cinema in Brixton and 4 other Picturehouse venues in East Dulwich, Central (Shaftesbury Avenue), Hackney and Crouch End renewed their official strike mandates earlier this month. This second phase of the now historic dispute over the Living Wage started in September 2016 after the employer reneged on a previous agreement to pay the Living Wage at the Ritzy and refused to negotiate on the union’s pay and conditions claim. Since September 2016 more sites have joined the campaign to appeal to the company, which trades on a progressive image, to pay the Living Wage and to recognise BECTU for collective bargaining. Read the latest on Brixton Ritzy Facebook Page and those of Hackney, Crouch End, Central, Dulwich East and Duke of York Brighton

Donate to the Picturehouse Cinema strike fund: https://www.crowdpac.co.uk/campaigns/250/picturehousestrike


Mandate (Ireland)

Lloyds Pharmacy workers forced to strike for third day (28 June) – three more strike days announced for July. Almost 250 workers in Ireland’s largest pharmacy chain, Lloyds Pharmacy, will participate in a third strike tomorrow (Friday, 29th June 2018) following their company’s continued refusal to accept a Labour Court recommendation. The industrial action will affect almost 40 stores as the workers participate in a work stoppage between 10am and 1pm. The Union also announced three full days of strikes should the company continue their refusal to engage with their workers. The three days include:

Friday, 6th July; Thursday, 12th July; and Friday the 20th read more



Protest! Support women fighting to end outsourcing at the University of London (July 4) – Outsourced women workers and their colleagues at the University of London (UoL) will be protesting for equal rights with direct employees. The protest on 10 July outside Senate House will highlight UoL’s hypocrisy as it holds events nominally in favour of women’s rights, while denying decent terms and conditions to migrant and black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) women. It will coincide with the university’s ‘Breaking the Silence: Women, Leadership, and #MeToo’, event with speakers including Catherine Mayer, founder of the Women’s Equality Party, and is part of its #LeadingWomen season, which aims ‘to break down the barriers women still face in education and the workplace today’ read more


United Voices of the World

Kensington & Chelsea cleaners demand Living Wage – Cleaning staff are threatening to strike for the London Living Wage and believe their campaign could have a domino effect on neighbouring boroughs. Cleaners of town halls in Kensington and Chelsea say they will strike unless their minimum wage of £7.83 an hour rises to £10.20. The United Voices of the World union, representing the cleaners, said the strike could happen in July unless Amey – the outsourced company employed by Kensington and Chelsea (K&C) Council – agrees to its demands read more   www.facebook.com/uvwunion



Other news

Stop Trump – support the protests on Friday June 13th when the racist, sexist, billionaire president of the US Donald Trump visits the UK

Walk-out against Trump! Socialist Students Facebook event

Together Against Trump: national demo – assemble 2pm BBC Portland Place, London W1A 1AA Facebook event


Protest against Tommy Robinson in London – Saturday July 14th (details to be confirmed) read more from PCS website



Blacklisting & Victimisation

Blacklist Support Group financial appeal: the Blacklist support group is desperately short of funds, to continue the incredible work we need more finance, would you please consider making a donation, raise it at your branches and trade councils. Please make cheques payable to Joint sites committee and send to 70 Darnay Rise Chelmsford Essex CM1 4XA. Please forward onto your contacts many thanks Steve Kelly (JSC Treasurer)

GMB Takes Met To ICO Over Blacklisting (27 June) – 3,213 secretly blacklisted construction workers and environmentalists deserve to know exactly what role the police played says GMB. GMB, the union for construction workers, has referred the Metropolitan Police to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after the force failed to answer a Freedom of Information (FOI) request read more


Blacklisted t-shirts available at: https://shop.hopenothate.org.uk/component/hikashop/product/78-blacklisted-t-shirt

Book: http://newint.org/books/politics/blacklisted-secret-war/

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNcgrNs6pB8

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/blacklistSG/

Blog: www.hazards.org/blacklistblog





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