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Workers’ Memorial Day 28 April

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1-2pm, Waltham Forest Assembly Hall in the Town Hall grounds.

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More than a million people in UK living in destitution, study shows

Research by Joseph Rowntree Foundation finds 668,000 households unable to afford essentials such as food, heating and clothes.  Click here to read more

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Trade unionists plan a musical march for May Day celebrations

Waltham Forest Trades Council is having its May Day celebration on Monday (May 2) at Ye Olde Rose and Crown pub in Walthamstow.  Click here to read more

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Catastrophic news for TTIP

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The Trade Union Bill crunch date in the Commons

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BMA strikers at St Barts

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Official report admits TTIP ‘bad for Britain’

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Britain@Work: The winter of Discontent

Symposium Saturday 14 May 11am @ Unite HQ with Professor Linda Clarke, Rodney Bickerstaffe, Helen Hague, Nick Jones, Michael Gold, Ann Field http://www.ohs.org.uk/oral-labour-history-its-value-for-trade-unions-the-winter-of-discontent-19789/

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FREE EXHIBITION

free event8 April – 29 May : FREE ENTRY (Tuesdays to Saturdays 11-6pm) at Four Corners – 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 0QN Read more ›

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James Barnor Book Signing & In Discussion – Thursday 12 May 2016 Westminster Arts Library

FREE / Registration Essential

James Barnor (born 6 June 1929) is a pioneering Ghanaian photographer who has been based in London, since the 1990s. His career spans six decades.  Flyer here .

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