Category Archives: Demonstrations/rallies
All UNISON members are encouraged to attend the lobby. Assemble at 9.30am, 59½ Southwark Street, SE1 0AL, a short walk from London Bridge station and tube, with London Councils meeting at 10.30am. See attached flyer for further details.
Union backing new lobby for the ‘right to remain’ for EU citizens in the UK. Click here to read more.
Dave Knight (Secretary WF UNISON Retired members) hands over a collection and letter of support to Len Hockey (Secretary of UNITE Barts Health Group) on the picket line outside Whipps Cross hospital.
Clinical waste piles up as Whipps Cross Hospital workers strike against ‘slave-like’ conditions......
Mounds of clinical waste were left to pile up outside a hospital as vital workers went on strike against “slave-like” working conditions and zero-hours contracts. Click here to read more.
Saturday 1st July. Assemble 12 midday at the BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London. March to Parliament Square.
The General Election was devastating for Theresa May and the Conservatives. She called it to gain a bigger majority, and despite massive media bias in favour of the Conservatives, she failed spectacularly to deliver on that. Now the Tories are in chaos trying to prop up a Government with the deeply conservative and regressive DUP. Continue reading
UAF are calling a counter demonstration on June 24th, meeting at Whitehall at 11:30am.
Fascist Islamophobes of the EDL have called a march in central London on this Saturday, June 24th. The EDL are seeking to scapegoat Muslims following the appalling terror attacks in the UK.
UAF ask all who defend multiculturalism to join the demonstration.
School cuts march......
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 day from 8.00 am. Click here to read more.
Join UNISON and the NUT to march together and say No to Waltham Forest Schools losing over £25m by 2020. Click here for more information.