HE


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25 Sep 2016

Fight for pay • End inequality • Name the dates
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Employers are breaking ranks in our pay dispute. First Essex and now …

25 Sep 2016

Fight the victimisations! Fight the cuts!
UCU members at London Met are taking strike action on Thursday 29th Sept to demand the reinstatement of victimised union reps, David …

23 Sep 2016

Dispute
UCU at University of Leicester declared an official dispute with the university leadership team on 31 July over the threat of compulsory redundancies. In April …

16 Sep 2016

We have had a successful result in our ballot for strike action. London Met UCU members have voted by 63% to take strike action to …

14 Sep 2016

UCU has called a series of pay briefing meetings at the end of September to discuss the stepping up of the pay dispute in HE. …

17 Jul 2016

The Government is rushing the HE Bill through to its Second Reading in the House of Commons. The Second Reading has been called for Tuesday 19 July.
The NUS, …

10 Jul 2016

We sadly have to report to colleagues that we (David Hardman and Mark Campbell) have been unsuccessful in our appeals against redundancy from our positions …

6 Jul 2016

At yesterday’s NUT strike rally of over 10,000 people in Parliament Square, Mark Campbell was invited to bring solidarity greetings from UCU. His was the …

6 Jul 2016

Yesterday (Tuesday 5th July) witnessed a magnificent demonstration of teachers and lecturers in Brighton. Striking teachers, members of the NUT from this part of Sussex, …

6 Jul 2016

The biggest rounds of applause came at three moments. The first was when a junior doctor announced the result from their ballot – a 2:1 rejection of the government’s offer. The second was when Kevin Courtney, acting NUT General Secretary, argued that it was not immigrant children who were to blame for rising class sizes but government cuts in funding. The third was when John McDonnell announced that Jeremy Corbyn would not be resigning.

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