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Berwick Trades Union Council monthly meeting

Friday 27th January, 6:45pm, William Elder building.

Speaker David Byrne, Tax is a Class Issue



Solidarity Action - defend the right to strike!

Wednesday 1st February, Outside the Guild Hall, Berwick

12noon

Photo, Wednesday 4th January

The TUC has called a day of action for Wednesday 1st Feb to fight the Government's draconian Strikes (Minimum Levels of Service) Bill.  It is co-ordinating action by the trade unions to defend the right to strike - a fundamental civil liberty. Thousands of people across the country will be involved including at least 5 TUs (ASLEF, NEU, PCS, RMT) who are actually involved in strikes on 1st Feb. 

Join us!  Support us!  Stand /Sit in solidarity with all those fighting for fair pay, decent conditions and safer services!

12noon Wed 1st Feb outside the Guildhall Marygate Berwick.

Bring family & friends, banners & flags, drums & tambourines! 

This is an attack on all of us - we will defend our TUs.  It is about our rights at work and in society.  

Join us 12noon Wed 1st Feb.

 



CWU

The CWU have made a simple request of supporters - Please display a 'I support my postal worker' poster in your window.  This shows the public's support and is a morale booster to the striking workers.  Even if your house is the only one in the village with a poster that is an important demonstration of support!  And there could be lots of window poster displays in the centre of Berwick.

In poster solidarity!

Berwick Trades Union Council

 

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Ongoing Events

The People's Assembly and National Shop Stewards Network

http://shopstewards.net/

https://www.thepeoplesassembly.org.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/PANorthEast/

 

 



Raymond Williams Foundation - events:

 

https://www.raymondwilliamsfoundation.org.uk/

 

 


 

 
 

 

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