Southwark NUT supports May 10th public sector strikes – we need Southwark members to attend organising meeting tomorrow – 5:30 Camden Can you make it?

Southwark NUT supports May 10th public sector strikes – we need Southwark members to attend  organising meeting tomorrow – 5:30 Camden Can you make it? contact: secretary@southwarknut.org.uk 0r 07983475050

A number of NUT associations from across London (including Southwark) are giving their support to a protest at the DfE on 10 May to coincide with the strikes by other public sector unions.

 

After the protest, there will be an NUT London “United Left” meeting with Mark Serwotka.

 

There will be an organising meeting to plan how best to build solidarity with striking workers on the day and to organise the protest and United Left event. The meeting is this Thursday 26 April, at 5:30, Camden Town Hall.

 

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One Response to Southwark NUT supports May 10th public sector strikes – we need Southwark members to attend organising meeting tomorrow – 5:30 Camden Can you make it?

  1. mwdavern says:

    Report from this meeting:
    Whilst we are still hopeful of Regional action and a June national strike, it is now looking like there will be an autumn strike with the NASUWT. Opinion is divided on this: some believe it is better to wait to strike with NASUWT, some believe that we should strike with other unions in the summer and should be striking on May 10th with UNITE/UCU and PCS. What do you think? Is Autumn too far away for action or is it better to wait for the NASUWT to join us?

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