Monthly Archives: July 2019

Peterloo Massacre March for Democracy, Sunday 18 August 2019

Published on July 31, 2019 at 8:25 am

Please see attached poster.

Assembly point for Lancashire TUCs – Peterloo Massacre March for Democracy, Sunday 18 August 2019

All Lancashire TUCs are being asked to assemble with banners, etc., at 11.30am at the following location ready to move off at 12 noon for the march to Albert Square, Manchester:

 

ASSEMBLY POINT 10 – Peel Park, Salford University, The Crescent, Salford

Bolton Trades Council will take charge of this ‘Leg’, as the assembly point is close to Salford Crescent railway station where people from the Bolton and the Wigan area have met up over many years, the marchers who have walked the entire route from Bolton to accompany them for their final walk into Manchester City Centre and the annual Peterloo Massacre commemoration outside Manchester Central/ in Albert Square.

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Summer news from the Working Class Movement Library

Published on July 31, 2019 at 8:19 am

Our Sam, the Middleton Man – film screening

On Saturday 3 August at 2pm we will be hosting a screening of ReelMCR’s new community film about Samuel Bamford, radical reformer, writer, handloom weaver and leader of the Middleton contingent who walked to Manchester on 16 August 1819 in a peaceful protest which turned into what we now know as Peterloo.

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UNISON calls for the bottom NJC pay point to be £10 per hour and a 10% pay rise on other pay points

Published on July 31, 2019 at 8:12 am

UNISON, GMB and Unite today lodged the following pay claim for all council and school workers employed on NJC pay in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The claim is for:

• A real living wage of £10 per hour to be introduced for NJC scp 1 and a 10% increase on all other NJC/GLPC pay points
• A one day increase to the minimum paid annual leave entitlement set out in the Green Book
• A two hour reduction in the standard working week as set out in the Green Book
• A comprehensive joint national review of the workplace causes of stress and mental health throughout local authorities

The claim is attached and has been submitted to the Local Government Association.

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