NSSN 599: Strike wave escalates with massive CWU action

August 30, 2022 in Bulletins

We send our full support and solidarity to the CWU and its members, who are striking in Royal Mail, British Telecom/Openreach and the Post Office. This Wednesday August 31st, workers in Royal Mail and BT will be striking together – bringing out up to 160,000 in the single biggest day of action in the current strike wave. This is a massive step up in the growing tide of workers’ action against the squeeze in living standards as RPI inflation rises to 12.3% and energy prices spiral still further, while the employers and their Tory government maintain their pay restraint. Railworkers […]

NSSN 598: Support the CWU strikes

August 23, 2022 in Bulletins

The NSSN headlines this week’s bulletin with the series of strikes called by the CWU in Royal Mail, BT and the Post office. We send our full support and solidarity to the union and its members. We support the call of the CWU for Royal Mail and BT to be re-nationalised. Follow the latest news via CWU’s Facebook page, website and Twitter @CWUnews The action is as follows:- Friday 26th August – Royal Mail Group and Post Office Crowns, Admin and Supply Chain Saturday 27th August – Post Office Crowns Tuesday 30th August – BT Group, Openreach and Post Office […]

NSSN 595: Coventry bin strikers victory!

August 2, 2022 in Bulletins

The NSSN sends our congratulations and solidarity to the Coventry Council bin workers and their union Unite. They have won a famous victory after a heroic struggle of over 6 months of strike action. The NSSN has been proud to stand with the workers and Unite against the disgraceful actions of a Labour Council. Their victory will give confidence to the many workers taking action against the spiralling cost of living crisis. Unite: Six month continuous strike action ends in victory for Coventry bin drivers (29 July) – The bin dispute which began in January has now ended with a […]

NSSN 594: Support the summer strikes!

July 25, 2022 in Bulletins

The strike wave steps up over the next week. Alongside the increasing number of localised disputes, with many resulting in workers winning victories, three national strikes are taking place. On Wednesday, the RMT is striking for the fourth day in its national rail dispute. On Saturday, ASLEF will be walking out in 8 rail companies. On both days, TSSA members will also be taking action – first in Avanti West Coast and then in Great Western Railways. And this coming Friday and next Monday 40,000 CWU members in British Telecom and Openreach will be striking – the first national action […]