Healthworkers are being balloted over the government's insulting 3% pay offer
Government offers "insulting" 3%.
Workplace activists can lead the fight for 15%.
Cross-union strike committees should be elected to unite the unions behind 15% and prepare coordinated action
NHS workers campaign for a pay rise.
Rallies and demonstrations are due to take place across the country, as part of a growing grassroots revolt by nurses and health workers excluded from a recent public sector pay rise
With public support behind them, nurses and health workers can lead the way in fighting for a pay rise for all public sector employees.
Hundreds joined the nationwide day of action calling for justice for NHS nurses and health workers excluded from a recent public sector pay rise.
The UK government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed not only the ineptitude of the current government but the sorry state of our National Health Service, which has been pushed to breaking point by successive administrations
By Rebecca Anderson THE leadership of the Royal College of Nurses (RCN) is trying to fight back from members’ attempts to oust it, after it misled them over the pay […]