Category: Campaigns

Campaigners fighting tower block plans lobbying the council last week


UNISON believes public services should be run for people, not for profit.  Click here to read more.

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Heart Unions Week Campaign Stalls

“Heart Unions” week takes place between 12-16 February. As part of this, Waltham Forest Trades Union Council is organising campaign stalls to support the Bakers’ Union in it efforts to secure union recognition rights for people who work for McDonalds.

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Home care: Low paid workers told to wait for back pay

Government move a ‘cruel blow’ to carers denied the minimum wage for sleep-ins.  Click here to read more.

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Waltham Forest Council’s ‘living wage employer’ claim called into question over care home staff pay

A council has been accused of unjustly calling itself a London Living Wage employer amid claims a contractor is pulling a care service over staff pay concerns  Click here to read more.

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EHRC dispute strike days all this week until 26 May

Show support for a long running dispute for PCS who are campaigning to reinstate sacked members.   Show solidarity for those on strike this week at the EHRC, Fleetbank House, 2-6 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8JX. The picket line will be there each

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Save Tower Hamlets Day Care Nurseries Campaign

Campaign Planning Meeting Thursday 4 May, 6pm at Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, E2 6HG.  Click here to read more.

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Give libraries some love

Please make sure you complete the new Council consultation questionnaire here:

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Save Our Libraries Campaigns

The Council has put forward proposals to re-locate 3 libraries – Higham Hill, Wood Street and Hale End (Highams Park). This may mean further cuts to jobs, opening times and resources. Many of these buildings are in specialist buildings and

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Help save this vital lifeline for older people

Attendance Allowance is a lifeline that helps more than a million older disabled people remain independent at home. But Government plans to give Attendance Allowance to councils could threaten the future of this vital support for older disabled people.

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