Monthly Archives: March 2014

UNISON Pay Campaign is go!......

Waltham Forest Town Hall Rally 1st April 2014 at 1pm

All branch members are invited to come along to the UNISON Rally as above. There will be campaign materials available. It is hoped that the local press will visit the rally and that we can send a strong message to Waltham Forest Council to urge them to support our claim. Continue reading

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Eddie’s Lunch Box – zero food hygiene rating......

The cafe in Uplands Business Park, Blackhorse Road, Walthamstow which is used by Council staff has been given a zero rating and is one of the lowest rated restaurants for hygiene in the borough.  For more information read the Guardian newspaper article here  

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Commemorate 30th anniversary of miners’ strike......

Battle of Orgreave at RIO Cinema, Saturday 29 March, 2pm

RIO Cinema – 107 Kingsland High Street E8 2PB Continue reading

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We Are Waltham Forest Campaign at the Healthwatch Waltham Forest Pop Up Shop......

Healthwatch Waltham Forest is running an Engagement Day on 31st March

Throughout the day there will be stalls and speakers in the Pop up Shop, 137 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, E17 4RT (top of the market, opposite the building site) Continue reading

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PSC: saying goodbye and thank you to two great patrons......

Supporters of Palestinian rights, justice and equality have lost two incredible figures over the last few days – Bob Crow and Tony Benn.  Click here to read more.

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Waltham Forest TUSC newsletter 4......

How do we continue in the legacy of Bob Crow and Tony Benn?

In recent weeks workers have lost two outstanding socialist leaders in RMT general secretary Bob Crow (read more here) and Labour left Tony Benn. Tony Benn became more and more horrified at the way Labour in recent years had adopted anti-working class policies like privatisation and Bob played an important role in setting up the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition. TUSC is an electoral alliance to challenge the politicians of all three main parties who all adopt the same policies – make working class people pay for the greed of the finance houses and the banks. We must organise a serious fightback. Continue reading

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Cost of living – Equalities......

Attached final report from the GLA. Cost of Living – Equalities.

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Thanks for all your support – BBC award security contract to G4S rival!......

Palestine Solidarity Campaign has welcomed the BBC’s decision not to award its security contract, worth £80 million, to G4S.  Click here to read more.

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UK banning of Cuban citizen Rene Gonzalez......

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Cine Cuba Monday 31st March......

Barrio Cuba is an interesting film set in the Special Period about how people live within the Revolution.  7.30pm Calthorpe Arms, London WC1X 8JR.  Details of location in the flyer attached.

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