LSE cleaners’ strike continues, and other upcoming events…

In workplace news, the United Voices of the World union have a lot going on this week: the 5th day of the LSE cleaners strike is on Wednesday 24th, there’s the Feminist Fightback filmshowing about their struggles on Friday 26th, and they have a joint summer fiesta with the IWGB on the 27th.

Other ongoing workplace disputes include Fujitsu, where action has temporarily been suspended while the workers discuss a new offer from management, and Argos, where warehouse workers are on a two-week continuous strike at Basildon, Bridgwater, Burton-on-Trent, Heywood and Lutterworth.

Meanwhile, Leeds Plan C will be hosting a showing of the Italian autonomist classic “The Working Class Goes To Heaven” on Monday 22nd at the Brunswick pub, the Angry Workers of the World will be having their first “transatlantic conversations” session with Amiri Barksdale of Insurgent Notes discussing the historical development of race and class relations in the US at Mayday Rooms on the 26th, and Liverpool antifascists are asking people to join them in stopping the EDL on June 3rd.

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