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Stan Seymour

  Stan Seymour, UNISON steward in Waltham Forest branch passed away last Tuesday following his long battle with cancer. Stan has always been a supportive member of the branch. When we took strike action he would always picket and join

Posted in Miscellaneous, Reps

     Join Barnet UNISON “Kids4Libraries march” on Saturday 12 September. Nearest tube station Finchley Central on the northern line. Assemble outside Church End Library 11.15 am – 5 minutes’ walk from the station.

Posted in Demonstrations/rallies, In the Community

Protocol re naming of staff in court judgements

Protocol between LBWF and Trade Unions, click here to view the document  

Posted in Miscellaneous

London Metropolitan University Dispute

As you may be aware more than 250 UNISON members working at London Metropolitan University have taken three separate days of strike action this summer after the university’s continuing financial issues left staff facing the threat of compulsory redundancy. 

Posted in In the Community, Miscellaneous

British people stand up against war criminal, Netanyahu

Netanyahu to visit Britain in September.  Click here to read more.

Posted in International

The end of workers’ rights?

The government just launched its latest salvo attacking our rights at work.

Posted in In the Community

Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign public meeting

Wednesday 16 September London, with Flor de Maria Avellan (street seller from Nicaraguan Self Employed Workers Union), Dr Francisco Domingo (Venezuela Solidarity Campaign), Helen Yuill (Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign), Dave Spooner (Global Labour Institute), welcome is a FREE glass of Nicaraguan

Posted in Events, International

Marx Memorial Library Open House day

Sunday 20 September visit MML 

Posted in Events, In the Community, International

London Labour Film Festival

At the Arthouse Crouch End 24-26 September. Full details here

Posted in In the Community, Miscellaneous

Joint Protocol regarding naming of Staff in Court Judgements

UNISON and the Council have jointly agreed a  protocol which applies to any council staff who may, in the course of carrying out their duties, be named in court proceedings in the Family Courts.

Posted in Health & Safety, Miscellaneous
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