Tag Archives: Mark Serwotka

Trades union leader Serwotka to speak at EU debate, Jun 9

The Croydon Assembly, in co-operation with the Croydon TUC, is staging a debate on Thursday, June 9 about Britain’s future membership of the European Union, ahead of the referendum later that month. Mark Serwotka, the general secretary of the Public … Continue reading

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Serwotka calls for resistance to the onslaught of cuts

The people of south London need to “organise resistance” to further Government cuts being imposed in the name of “austerity”, according to a national trades union leader who will be opening the second Croydon Assembly at Ruskin House next Saturday. … Continue reading

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Play your part in the second Croydon Assembly, June 6

ANDREW FISHER on an important discussion coming to Ruskin House Last November, more than 100 attended the first Croydon Assembly – a community initiative that brought together trade unionists, community campaigners and other residents to discuss how we can influence … Continue reading

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Assembly offers chance to talk about issues that really matter

ANDREW FISHER welcomes the opportunity to improve the level of debate on important issues including the NHS, the economy, schools and housing The national political debate could not be more irrelevant. The newspapers obsess over whether Ed Miliband looks “weird”, … Continue reading

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McDonnell and Serwotka to speak at Croydon Assembly

With the mainstream political parties in disarray, the Conservatives about to lose a second parliamentary seat to UKIP, Labour’s leader under attack in the media and in Scotland from the SNP, and working people facing the biggest fall in the … Continue reading

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