The new Tory government has committed to imposing new anti-strike laws, specifically targeting railway workers. There is now an urgent need for the labour movement to renew campaigning against restrictions on our right to organise and take action.
There is a meeting on 14 January called by trade unions in Islington to plan a campaign against these new proposed laws. Tuesday 14th January, 6-8 pm Islington Town Hall. Sponsored by RMT (Finsbury Park), TSSA, UNISON, NEU, UCU and Islington Trades Union Council
Free Our Unions will be holding a campaign organising meeting on Wednesday 8 January at 19:00, in the Lambeth Unison offices (Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London SW9 9SP; near Brixton Tube). All supporters of the campaign are welcome. https://facebook.com/events/487246791996152/
We have also produced a model motion for use in trade union branches, which can be found at the bottom of this article: A model motion for use in Labour Party branches and CLPs will also be uploaded shortly.… Read on ...
at the union office in Carlow Street NW1 7LH, nearest tube Mornington Crescent
Speaker: Christine Lindey, member of our branch and author of
Art for All: British Socially Committed Art from the 1930s to the Cold War
Art for All reveals a forgotten or marginalised area of 20th century British art. Christine Lindey delves into the fascinating treasure trove of British socially committed art from the 1930s through to the Cold War.
With over 100 illustrations, she demonstrates why the artists deserve to beArt for All press release rediscovered. This extensively researched book provides a vivid understanding of the political and aesthetic contexts that turned a wide variety of individuals into socially committed artists.