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Lecturers to walk out at Queen Mary

Lecturers at Queen Mary University in east London were set to strike on Thursday of this week over redundancies and attacks on conditions.

Management wants to impose a new performance management system without negotiation with the workers’ UCU union. It has embarked on several rounds of job cuts.

UCU members backed strikes by 65 percent in a recent ballot. Send messages of support to Richard Saull r.g.saull@qmul.ac.uk


Action continues in Stratford pay row

Teachers at Stratford Academy in east London struck on Tuesday of this week in an ongoing dispute with their headteacher. The NUT and NASUWT union members had been taking action short of a strike as part of a national campaign.

But their head responded by imposing a 15 percent pay cut—sparking walkouts. Teachers planned to walk out again on Thursday of this week.

Send donations to NTA Office, The Barn, East Ham Town Hall, Barking Rd, London E6 2RP. Send messages of support to Steve Charles at stevec4151@aol.com


Conference for primary teachers

Teachers in Lambeth, south London, have called a conference on the future of primary education on Saturday of next week.

It will discuss the impact of cuts and the battle over control of the curriculum. To register or for info contact union@lambethnut.org.uk


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Tue 20 Nov 2012, 17:39 GMT
Issue No. 2330
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