A letter to our TU Group from a teacher. No favours for scabs.
This week so-called “Junior” Doctors are again taking industrial action across England for 96 hours to demand better pay and working conditions.
Working conditions for teachers are learning conditions for students. The Workers Party stands in solidarity with all teachers who are fighting for the fair and fully funded pay deal.
Whichever way the ballot goes, the victory will belong deservedly to the members of the RMT.
Energy supplier Centrica is expecting an almost eightfold increase in net profit. This at a time where 34% of adults in Britain face a choice between ‘heating or eating’ due, among other things, to a twofold increase in energy prices in the last year.
Full solidarity with rail cleaners taking strike action with the RMT.
Considering the long term attack on unions by the ruling class, claims that new legislation aims to encourage negotiating without accompanying strike action seem to be deliberately misleading, seemingly intended to mislead those who are not observing the reality of the ruling class’s onslaught on the working class.
An island of coal in a sea of oil, with huge potential for wind and water power providing energy to power our industry. All the requisite skill to make steel, glass, or innovative buildings from timber and other materials and an educated workforce to fill our hospitals, schools and houses with technology and the equipment we need.
At the TUC Conference in Brighton this September, all the real talk will be happening on the fringe. From 7pm on the evening of Monday 12 September, the Workers Party will be offering three great speakers for the bargain price of £4.89.
The Workers Party welcomes the emergence of every campaign which genuinely seeks to stand up for working class interests. The five demands of Enough is Enough mirror closely those commitmentsContinue reading “Enough is Enough – Break the Link with Labour!”