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The government’s new restrictions on trade union protests are a waste of police time, according to a new poll published today.
An independent review of laws governing industrial disputes has been greatly scaled back after the QC in charge objected to recent ministerial announcements on the introduction of anti-strike laws.
The TUC has written to Business Secretary Vince Cable urging him to modernise the rules governing strike ballots and bring union voting methods into the 21st century.
Two-thirds of schools and thousands of agencies shut down yesterday as over 2 million workers joined 'the biggest strike in a generation', according to organisers.
A union initiative will give savings from today's 'pension robbery' and anti-cuts strike to grassroots groups fighting poverty in Britain.
Green MSPs in Scotland have confirmed their support for 30 November coordinated strike action against the UK government's public sector 'assault'.
Wednesday 30 November will see the first mass strike across Britain for four decades, as public sector workers protest against pension cuts.
Thousands of journalists across the BBC yesterday took part in a second 24-hour strike against compulsory redundancies at the Corporation.
The leader of the Green Party in England and Wales is among those backing the huge wave of public sector strikes across the country today.
Anti-cuts activists will join public sector strikes on 30 June, as part of the largest day of action against the government’s cuts so far.
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