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National Union of Students (International Students Campaign), National Union of Students (Black Students Campaign), London Black Revolutionaries, National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts and DocsNotCops are co-organising a protest at Home Office on December 18 on UN International Migrants Day.
Protest and deputation NHS England are pushing for OOH and 111 services to be combined across regions in huge multimillion pound contracts that it will favour multinationals and make it hard for local GPs to win the contracts. Campaigns in Camden, Islington, Haringey, Barnet and Enfield have been meeting to coordinate a campaign […]
Demonstration 8 December 18:30 to about 20:00 descend on Islington Town Hall with the Peace Scarf for demonstration against nuclear weapons. Come and see the Peace Scarf and hear Caroline Russell (Green Party) and Bruce Kent (veteran peace campaigner) speak.
Date: Saturday 6th December 1.00pm Venue: Outside Coombes Croft Library Tottenham High Rd, London N17 8AD (near to Spurs ground) Local People Oppose the Threat of Demolitions We Call on Spurs fans to Support our Campaign Against Mass Demolitions of Council Homes and Shops in Tottenham The Tottenham stadium expansion has been used by […]
On the day the government reveals how many people died last year from the effects of fuel poverty, join Fuel Poverty Action and Reclaim the Power to demand ‘No More Deaths from Fuel Poverty: Energy Rights Now!’
We’ll be meeting outside the Institute of Directors, on Pall Mall before marching to Energy UK – the body who represent and defend the Big Six profiteers, for an inclusive and creative action.
Trade Union rights are under attack in Haringey. Secondary Headteachers are demanding a veto over who represents the National Union of Teachers, before meeting their legal requirement to fund union representation for their staff.
Haringey Council have suspended the NUT branch Secretary Julie Davies on spurious and politically motivated charges. Disgracefully, they are attempting to redefine the basis on which she is employed so as to railroad through a process of dismissal. This has implications for the whole Trade Union movement and is an attack not only on Julie Davies but on our rights to organise and be represented.
In response the NUT nationally has asked for a delegation to meet with the Council Leadership to discuss these matters. They have been ignored. We have taken, and will continue to pursue legal action aimed at defending our elected representative from discriminatory action by the council. We are balloting in schools for strike action, taking strike action, and asking Headteachers to commit to the agreed process of funding trade union representation within their schools, irrespective of who members elect to represent them. We are determined to defend our basic rights to representation.
The United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC) is a coalition of families and friends of those that have died in the custody of police and prison officers as well as those who are killed in immigration detention and secure psychiatric hospitals.
UFFC includes the families of Roger Sylvester, Leon Patterson, Rocky Bennett, Alton Manning, Christopher Alder, Brian Douglas, Joy Gardner, Ricky Bishop, Sarah Campbell, Mark Nunes, Paul Coker, Paul Jemmott, Harry Stanley, Glenn Howard, Mikey Powell, Jason McPherson, Lloyd Butler, Azelle Rodney, Sean Rigg, Habib Ullah, Olaseni Lewis, David Emmanuel (aka Smiley Culture), Kingsley Burrell, Demetre Fraser, Mark Duggan and Anthony Grainger to name but a few.