Monthly Archives: February 2019

London firms helping landlords break letting laws......

Companies have been exposed encouraging people to break strict short-term letting laws in London, an undercover BBC investigation has found.  Click here to read more.

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Harmony Hall for All......

Users and Community Campaign to Save Harmony Hall, E17 from Closure.
User groups have called an emergency public meeting at 7pm on Thursday 28th February in Harmony Hall Truro Road, E17 7BY open to all user groups, the wider community, friends and neighbours.  Click here to read more.

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Petition: GLL swimming teachers have had a rise of just 96 pence in a decade......

Click here and sign if you think this is wrong.

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TUC LESE Pensioners’ Network Seminar – Tuesday 9 April 2019......

TUC LESE Pensioners’ Network Annual Seminar: Isolation and Loneliness, – THIS SEMINAR IS POSTPONED (Rescheduled 2019 date to be confirmed)

 

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US lobbyists demand UK drops safety first attitude to food safety and standards......

The US Trade Department has published the demands made by big corporates for the UK trade deal and it makes for distressing reading.  Click here to read more.

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Man wins fit-for-work appeal seven months after his death......

Jeff Hayward spent last 18 months of his life fighting decision that he was fit to work.  Click here to read more.

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Youth Strike 4 Climate demo on 15th February......

photos copyright Rajes Bala.

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Universal credit: DWP ‘bans jobcentres from referring people to food banks’......

Benefit claimants ‘slipping through the net’ after claim government is ordering local jobcentres to stop referring them to food banks in a ‘ploy to hide those needing help’.  Click here to read more.

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Schools Support Staff consultative Ballot......

Only 2 weeks to go of the national e ballot of the Schools Support Staff National Consultative Ballot.  We are encouraging members to vote.  Schools funding is a concern for Unison, teachers, Parents and the effect it is having/will have on Children’s Education and Future.  Click here to have your say.

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International Workers’ Memorial Day 28 April 2019......

This year’s theme is: Taking control – removing dangerous substances from the workplace.  Watch this space for details of local activities.

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