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IWW Supports Maryhill Finance Crisis Meeting [Glasgow]

The IWW is backing the public meeting on the financial crisis in Maryhill (North West Glasgow):- Maryhill Burgh Meeting: The financial crisis – how’s it going to affect us in Maryhill A public meeting for Maryhill and beyond: Woodside Halls, … Continue reading

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No Comment – Parking Charges.

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Inverclyde Royal staff vote in favour of strike action.

From the Greenock Telegraph: http://www.greenocktelegraph.co.uk/article.php?sec=1&id=16826 Hospital Workers Back IRH Strike by Lorraine Tinney   HOSPITAL workers at Inverclyde Royal have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action over car parking charges. A staggering 87 per cent of staff across Greater … Continue reading

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Opposing Hospital Parking Charges

Clydeside GMB has began distributing the following posters to raise attention to the ongoing struggles of hospital staff who are being charged extortionate fees as a result of a swingeing decision by Greater Glasgow Healthboard to charge hospital staff and … Continue reading

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Strike Bike

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Crichton Campus Saved – VICTORY

 V – I – C – T – O – R – Y- ! – ! – ! Posted [on Herald forum] by: Jim McFarlane, Glasgow on 12:21pm today…   The Scottish Exec may take the credit but it was the … Continue reading

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5000 Postal Workers Wildcat In Glasgow

THOUSANDS of Glasgow postal workers walked out of delivery offices today in a dramatic escalation of industrial action. Strike-hit Royal Mail was plunged into deeper chaos after 13 workers who had refused to cross a picket line were sent home … Continue reading

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