Monthly Archives: March 2014
7pm Wednesday 19 March: Colombia Solidarity London Branch Meeting
Finfuture 225 – 229 Seven Sisters Road, London N4 2DA. (Finsbury Park tube)
Meetings held on the third Wednesday of each month. Continue reading
Hope not Hate asked you why your friends or neighbours are tempted to vote UKIP, and one answer led by a mile: They’re being persuaded by UKIP’s strong anti-immigration stance.
But the truth is, UKIP’s agenda won’t fix our economy because immigration isn’t the problem. Continue reading
A Book of Condolence for Bob has been set up in the reception at Unity House, in addition or people can leave a message online.
More than 2,000 people attended the International Commission of Inquiry and associated events for the Cuban Five in London earlier this month. Full reports, photos and films will be available soon, but in the meantime here are some of the highlights.
As well as two days of Commission hearings, associated events included a parliamentary meeting, international concert and closing dinner.
The employer refused to make an offer when they met with the joint trade unions in February. They have stated that 1% is not negotiable and reject any pegging of NJC pay to the National Minimum Wage.
The view expressed by our members last year was that 1% for 2014/15 would not be acceptable. Continue reading
There is to be a national demonstration supported by UNISON in London on Saturday 22nd March from 11am in Parliament Square to march to Trafalgar Square. It is to mark the UN anti-racism day. It would be great if some of our members were able to take part.
Our Chair Peter Ashan is happy to meet members at the entrance to Walthamstow tube station at 10am so that they can travel together from Waltham Forest UNISON.
See attached flyer for further details.
Branch Meeting Survey......
We need to increase the attendance at our Branch meetings and want to hear your views on the subject – Continue reading