Category Archives: Protests

Updates on the Picturehouse and Lee Hecht Harrison disputes – 14 December and beyond

Thursday 14 December is set to be a busy day in London – while workers at five Picturehouse cinemas will be striking for the living wage and holding a united demo at Hackney Picturehouse, cleaners at financial firm Lee Hecht … Continue reading

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Organising around housing: some resources

A collection of a few recent resources that might be of interest to anyone looking at collective action around housing issues: ACORN were on the BBC recently, in a short (15 mins or so) film: Long-running group Housing Action Southwark … Continue reading

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Strike at Hackney Picturehouse on Thursday 14th, and national call for action that weekend

In the latest news from the long-running Picturehouse Living Wage dispute, workers at five cinemas across London will be striking on Thursday 14th, the day the new Star Wars film comes out, and will be joining forces for a mass … Continue reading

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New Deliveroo wildcat in Brighton, and other workplace stories for late November

A few updates on various different workplace disputes: The wildcat bug seems to spreading among Deliveroo riders, at least in the South, as riders in Brighton went out on a wildcat strike on November 25th as part of a long-running … Continue reading

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G20 trial updates: Fabio is free (for now), Peike remains imprisoned

A quick update on the latest news from Hamburg: after the prosecution’s delaying attempts finally ran out, Fabio was granted bail today, and so will be out of prison until at least the end of his trial, and hopefully for … Continue reading

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Mid-November round-up of workplace and social struggles

In workplace news, housing maintenance workers employed by Mears in Manchester have just voted for an extensive programme of strike action as part of their long-running dispute over pay and conditions, with a total of 49 days’ strike action planned … Continue reading

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Defending women’s spaces: Tower Hamlets and Doncaster

There are currently at least two campaigns ongoing to defend women’s spaces threatened with closure. In East London, Sisters Uncut have launched the “Don’t Lose Hope” campaign in defence of the Hopetown women’s hospital. They’re currently asking people to sign … Continue reading

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