Solidarity with other workers

Workers are stronger when we support each other. This section of the wesbite reports on other workers in Britain and across the world campaigning for a better deal, and what we can do to support them.

Support the McDonalds Strike on September 4th

Dear Colleague

Support the 4 September McDonalds Strike

Workers in the Bakers' Union BFAWU have set Monday 4 September as the first ever strike day at McDonald's in the UK.

I would urge everyone to send messages of support and if possible on the Saturday before the strike, 2 September, join the BFAWU protest at McDonald's HQ at 1-59 High Rd, East Finchley, N2 8AW. They are calling on solidarity from the wider movement on this day, with banners, donations etc, brought along in support.

♥unions week

From 8–14 February, the TUC will run a special week of action against the Trade Union Bill throughout England and Wales. It will showcase the amazing work unions do and tell the stories of ordinary members and reps. We want to get members involved in the campaign against the Trade Union Bill, tell positive union stories to the wider public and recruit new members to the union movement. 

 

RMT back junior doctors' strike

Transport union RMT pledges full support for junior doctors’ industrial action

RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said:
 
“RMT stands in full support of our junior doctors as they prepare to take industrial action in defence of the basic principle of decent working conditions for NHS staff who work round the clock saving lives.
 
“RMT members are urged to join the picket lines at their local hospital tomorrow to show solidarity with the junior doctors at this crucial point in their fight for justice.
 

RMT members from LUL &FGW to demo at start of strike action. July 8 1830 Paddington Stn

RMT members from both LUL and FGW will be holding a rally at Paddington Station at the start of their respective strikes.
LUL have set out their stall to impose change on the workers and have been given the clearest response from the RMT.
92% of members voted for taking industrial action.

Equally impressive has been the response from our comrades on FGW who in a dispute over similar issues have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strikes.

Support The July 10th Fightback

A number of unions have called industrial action to take place on Thursday 10th July. Public sector workers are protesting the imposition of a 1% pay rise – which would represent yet another year where their living standards decline (taking into account inflation).

Irrespective of whether the UK economy is in a sound position, the country is already and is predicted to continue registering growth. And workers must take their share – as many are expected to do.