The following motion was passed at the 2019 National Education Union annual conference:
The Free Our Unions campaign began with the statement passed by the 2018 AGM of Lambeth local government Unison. At their February 2019 AGM Lambeth Unison reaffirmed their support for the campaign.
The following motion was submitted to this year’s Communciation Workers’ Union conference (28 April-2 May 2019, Bournemouth) by Greater London Combined Telecoms branch
Published 3rd April 2019 Despite some important developments in workplace struggle, and despite the political framework of the growth of the Labour Left, strikes are at a historic low and trade unions face a historic crisis. Professor Gregor Gall, an affiliated research associate at the University of Glasgow and Visiting Professor at the University ofContinue reading “Corbynism and the drought of workers’ struggles”
Published 3rd April 2019 The following motion passed at RMT annual conference (23-27 June, 2019) after being submitted by East Ham branch.
Published 3rd April 2019. The following motion was proposed by the Fire Brigades Union to the Labour Representation Committee conference on 9 February 2019, and passed unanimously.
The following motion was passed at London Labour Party conference (2-3 March 2019) after being submitted by the London region of the Communication Workers’ Union.
Published 25th January 2018 On 23 January Bakers’ Union member Justine Canady led a workshop at a Fire Brigades Union training event for new reps on fighting the anti-trade union laws. This is what she said in her speech.
Published 23rd January 2019 Eastern region FBU have voted to back the Free Our Unions statement. Firefighter and FBU regional secretary Riccardo La Torre said: In an industry that has faced over a decade of austerity and cuts, firefighters and fire control staff understand all to well the shackles that the anti-union laws place on us,Continue reading “Firefighters support Free Our Unions campaign”
Published on 18th December 2018. On 7 December Region 7 of the Fire Brigades Union (West Midlands) passed the following motion.