INDUSTRIAL ACTION UPDATE
Day of Action, 30th November 2011 UNISON members will be taking action on 30th November to defend their pensions after they voted overwhelmingly to join the TUC co-ordinated day of action.
Pensions Dispute – Vote YES – Busting the myths
UNISON will be sending ballot papers out to all members on Tuesday 11 October. The ballot will close on the 3 November and the day of action has been planned for the 30 November 2011. Take action now We need everyone to take action in the campaign to protect our pensions – whatever time you have, whether it’s five minutes, ten minutes, half an hour or more. It all helps.
PLEASE SUPPORT THE “ALL TOGETHER FOR THE NHS” DAY (1 April) BY TAKING 3 KEY ACTIONS
Many thanks to everyone who supported the tremendous March for the Alternative on Saturday. Following hot on its heels, Friday 1 April has been declared “All Together for the NHS” day.
26 March for Public Services ‘UNISON at its very best’
On Saturday 26 March our branch joined hundreds of thousands of others as we marched in protest at the ideological cuts that the Tory led ConDem government are making. Here is a small selection of links to news stories that covered the event:
March for Public Services
Join our branch on Saturday 26th March 2011 where thousands of people will join the TUC march in London to tell the ConDem government that savage spending cuts are unnecessary and unfair.
LAS UNISON at TUC Rally
On the 19th October, Eddie Brand, Branch Chair; led a delegation from LAS UNISON to the TUC Rally and lobby of Parliament. The Rally was held at Westminster Central Hall that can hold over 2000 people. The Hall was brimming to the Rafters and lots were unable to gain access due to the Hall being packed out!
UNISON Rep Courses, Places Still Available
There are still a limited number of spaces available for the following in house training courses: Introductory Organising Stewards
Smithfield Ambulance Station re-opens
Smithfield Ambulance Station was officially re-opened today following an extensive refurbishment that included taking over the other half of the building that was previously occupied by the City of London Street cleaners.