Deliveroo and UberEats strikes in London, Southampton and Plymouth: New Rebel Roo out now!

A new issue of the Rebel Roo bulletin has been published in response to a new wave of strikes across the UK at Deliveroo and UberEats. In their words, “The Rebel Roo is a bulletin produced for and by Deliveroo and UberEats workers. It aims to build confidence, share tactics, and circulate struggles. This issue reports on conditions and action in London, Glasgow, Southampton and Plymouth – as well as making links to a strike by Paris couriers.”

To get it into the hands of Deliveroo and UberEats workers in your area, you can print some off from here, or if you don’t have a printer you could try contacting editors@notesfrombelow.org, rebelroouk@gmail.com or couriers.network@iww.org.uk and asking them to send you some.

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