The Tories can't be trusted with the NHS. But there can be no holding back for Labour.
Industrial disputes round-up
800 striking workers at St Mungo’s homelessness charity have escalated to indefinite action, Jeremy Dewar reports.
Health bulletin for 1 May 2023
The fight goes on, but only rank and file control can overcome obstacles
AS WE go to press NHS managers and Health Minster Steve Barclay are dragging the largest NHS union, the Royal College of Nursing, before the High Court in a bid by to block nurses’ strike action due to start on the May Day weekend. They claimed that the strike mandate would be invalid from midnight […]
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Health bulletin for 14 December 2022
By Dave Stockton Dockers in Southampton have refused to unload containers diverted from Liverpool, in defiance of shipping companies and government ministers attempts to undermine the Liverpool strike. This act of solidarity shows both the possibility and necessity of defying the anti-union laws, which outlaw secondary action and allow bosses to divert work to non-striking […]
Five hundred Liverpool dockers at England’s fourth-largest port, employed by MDHC Container Services, are to strike from 19 September to 3 October