Two million workers are no damp squib says UNISON

Branch News Event Pensions

Responding to David Cameron’s comments, Dave Prentis, UNISON General
Secretary, said:

“I wouldn’t call two million people taking strike
action a damp squib. Cameron is sounding increasingly desperate in his attacks
on public service workers. He has only to turn on the TV, or listen to the radio
– or look out the window – to see the nurses, dinner ladies, paramedics, social
workers, teaching assistants, lollipop ladies amongst others standing up for
their pensions. And the thousands of picket lines, demonstrations, rallies and
events are not a figment of our imagination. These people are angry public
servants who the Government has driven to the end of their tether.”

UNISON – the union


unisonscot profile

unisonscot Message of support to UNISON from Impact union in
Ireland: Good wishes and solidarity to all Unison Scottish wor… 6 hours ago · reply · retweet · favorite

unisonscot profile

unisonscot Glasgow Pensions march so big – last people started
marching at 1415 6 hours ago · reply · retweet · favorite


Print Friendly, PDF & Email