Tag: Birmingham

  • NSSN 357: RMT strikes in 4 companies to keep the guard on the train

    NSSN 357: RMT strikes in 4 companies to keep the guard on the train

      NSSN 357: RMT strikes in 4 companies to keep the guard on the train The National Shop Stewards Network headlines this week’s bulletin by calling on all our supporters and affiliates to support the RMT co-ordinated strikes in four train companies on Tuesday October 3rd and Thursday October 5th: Southern Rail, Merseyrail,  Arriva Rail…

  • NSSN 356: Watch VIDEO of NSSN TUC Rally

    NSSN 356: Watch VIDEO of NSSN TUC Rally

    NSSN 356: Watch VIDEO of NSSN TUC Rally – march & strike together for a pay rise! Last Sunday, up to 300 union activists, including TUC Congress delegates crammed into the National Shop Stewards Network Rally in Brighton, chaired by Janice Godrich PCS National President. They listened to Labour Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and leaders…

  • 353: Birmingham binworkers win–Support Sep4 #McStrike

    353: Birmingham binworkers win–Support Sep4 #McStrike

    NSSN TUC Congress Rally in Brighton: ‘Fight together to scrap the 1% pay cap and get the Tories out!’ – 1pm Sunday September 10th in the Arundel Suite in the Holiday Inn, 137 King’s Rd BN1 2JF. Confirmed speakers: Len McCluskey Unite General Secretary, Mark Serwotka PCS General Secretary, Steve Gillan POA General Secretary, Ronnie…

  • NSSN 351: Support McDonalds’ workers as they ballot for strikes

    NSSN 351: Support McDonalds’ workers as they ballot for strikes

      NSSN TUC Congress Rally in Brighton: ‘Fight together to scrap the 1% pay cap and get the Tories out!’ – 1pm Sunday September 10th in the Arundel Suite in the Holiday Inn, 137 King’s Rd BN1 2JF. Confirmed speakers: Mark Serwotka PCS General Secretary, Steve Gillan POA General Secretary, Ronnie Draper BFAWU General Secretary,…

  • NSSN 350: Support Birmingham Bin Workers!

    NSSN 350: Support Birmingham Bin Workers!

    The NSSN is supporting the struggle of refuse collectors in Birmingham. This is by one of our local supporters:- Since June 30th, refuse collectors employed by Birmingham City Council and members of Unite the Union have been taking industrial action against the employer’s proposals. They will see a reduction in their staffing numbers by 113…