Online meeting, 7pm, Thursday 8 June: where next in the fight against anti-strike laws?

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Meeting ID: 835 3823 9276
Passcode: 683428

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The Tories’ Minimum Service Levels Bill has its next Parliamentary reading on 22 May. The TUC has rightly called an emergency protest outside Parliament for 6:30pm that evening.

While the Bill could spend more time ping-ponging between the Commons and the Lords, it is also possible that it could become law within weeks or months. We need opportunities to discuss the next steps in the fight – not only against this bill, but against all anti-union laws.

Free Our Unions has called an open discussion and planning meeting for 7pm on Thursday 8 June. Speakers will include Labour MP Nadia Whittome, but the majority of time will be set aside for discussion.

Amongst other issues, we hope to discuss how we can organise across the movement to act on the Fire Brigades Union’s call for a “mass campaign of non-compliance” with the law, and what effective defiance might look like.

Free Our Unions has invited the Institute of Employment Rights and the Campaign for Trade Union Freedom to co-sponsor the meeting and contribute to the discussion.

Please join us at 7pm on 8 June.

Log in via Zoom here.

Meeting ID: 835 3823 9276
Passcode: 683428

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