We’re holding a fringe meeting at the rescheduled TUC congress in Brighton. The meeting will take place at 6pm in the Friends Meeting House (Ship Street, BN1 1AF).
Category Archives: Resisting the Tories
Protest on 10 October: Stop Truss’s new anti-union laws!
5:30, Monday 10 October
Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), 1 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0ET.
The call must go out: organise against new anti-strike threats
The following article, written by Free Our Unions co-organiser Daniel Randall, was published in Scottish Left Review, and can be read online here.
POSTPONED: Free Our Unions fringe meeting at TUC Congress: Tuesday 13 September, 6pm
Following the postponement of TUC congress, we have postponed our planned fringe meeting.
Grant Shapps’ 16-point plan to restrict strikes
Tory Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced a 16-point plan to further restrict strikes.
New video: a two-minute guide to Liz Truss’s anti-strike plans
We’ve produced this short video to give you a two-minute guide to prospective prime minister Liz Truss’s plans for new anti-strike laws.
Next organising meeting: 7pm, 17 August
Join us at our next organising meeting.
MODEL MOTION: Organise against Truss’s anti-strike threats
We encourage supporters to pass this model motion in their union branches.
A general strike against anti-union laws?
This is a discussion article written by a Free Our Unions supporter, in a personal capacity. RMT general secretary Mick Lynch has suggested a general strike in response to Liz Truss’ threat of new anti-union laws. While the militant spirit is good, this does not bring much clarity about what we need to do. InContinue reading “A general strike against anti-union laws?”
Organising meeting: 7pm, Wednesday 3 August
With the next Prime Minister highly likely to introduce severe new restrictions on the right to strike, the labour movement must organise to resist. Free Our Unions will be holding an open organising meeting on Wednesday 3 August at 7pm, to discuss what activity we can organise directly, and how to work with, and within,Continue reading “Organising meeting: 7pm, Wednesday 3 August”