Politics and Protest
A new short book (40 pages + cover), written by Janine Booth and published by Workers' Liberty.
In 1919, inspired by the Bolshevik revolution in Russia, British workers took more strike action than ever before. But communists in Britain had still not formed a united party. Labour's representation in Parliament was weak.
Throughout this week, Janine and other RMT activists will be visiting workplaces and carrying out other activities to make London's disabled transport workers more aware of their rights - and of the importance of getting involved in the union to enforce those rights.
For more details, email Janine.
Venue: The Cock Tavern, 23 Phoenix Road, London NW1 1HB
Newly-elected RMT National President Michelle Rodgers invites you to join her at the Cock Tavern to raise money for our striking guards and to say thank you for all the support you have given her.
Ever wondered why only 16% of autistic adults have a full-time job?
He worked alone, not a team player
Not a keeper or a stayer
Didn’t fit in, not really our sort
Talked about boring stuff not sport
We had to let him go