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Strike at Banbury Coffee plant

300 Unite members at the Jacob’s Douwe Egberts plant in Banbury, Oxfordshire are set for a further 72 hour strike from Wednesday 26 May. The workers are striking over fire and rehire being used to impose inferior terms and conditions.

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Strike at University of Liverpool

UCU members at the University of Liverpool will begin three weeks of strike action against job cuts starting Monday 24th May.

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Unite members are on indefinite strike at Goodlord

Workers employed by lettings platform Goodlord were outrageously sacked while continuing their indefinite strike over implementation of pay cuts using fire and rehire tactics. 

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Tweet support to: @unitelondonitc and @sobadlord Strike fund donations to Unite LE/7098L London ITC Branch, sort code 60-83-01, account 20303680, reference Goodlord

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#Thurrock refuse workers on strike

Unite members employed by Norwich City Services LTD (an outsourced company) will take strike action from Tuesday 26th May to 2nd of June. Unison members will take action 26, 27, 28 May and 1st and 2nd June. The workers are striking to demand equal terms of employment as those directly employed by the council. 

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Woolwich ferry strikes

Unite members who operate the Woolwich ferry are set to strike for 8 days over victimisation of a trade union rep. The next strike dates are: today Monday 24, 28 May and 1, 4, 7, 11, 21 June. Tweet messages of support to: @UniteLondonEast

St Mungo's all out strike

Maintenance workers at the St Mungo’s housing charity began indefinite strike action from last Thursday 22 April.

The strike by 12 Unite members is due to unfair and bullying treatment by management. Tweet support to @UniteLondonEast