Over half a million council and school employees are currently balloting for strike action to win a real pay rise. If successful, this would be the biggest strike yet in the wave of action over the cost of living crisis. But the task is huge.
The CWU leadership are running scared of their own members. Workers Power argues for a rank and file movement
The TUC has fined the NEU £153,000, bang in the middle of their strike campaign.
No more delay, restore the strikes.
Rank and file workers should use the campaign to get organised.
Renationalisation is CWU policy -- let's fight for it
The fight goes on, but only rank and file control can overcome obstacles
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