Author Archives: Dan Roberts

Palestinian Solidarity Rally Planned In Worcester

Free Palestine Worcestershire have offered local people an opportunity to show their solidarity with the Palestinian people at a demonstration on the 29th of May. In the wake of recent events in the region, those sympathetic to the Palestinian cause have held events around the world to show its support for Palestinians and their struggle. Over 100,000 people marched for

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Worcester City Women and New College Worcester Announce Community Partnership

Worcester City Women FC and NCW (New College Worcester) have announce a new partnership. The new venture will see the two organisations work closely together to raise important funds for the College whilst providing the students, who are all blind or vision impaired, with more ways to engage with football alongside a fantastic fan experience on Worcester City Women’s match

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Unite the Union Launch Campaign to End ‘Fire and Rehire”

Britain’s largest union is calling on the government to outlaw ‘fire and rehire’,  with one in 10 workers in the UK being threatened with the tactic by employers. The practice, already banned in Spain and France, has been used by employers to force through detrimental changes to workers’ pay and their terms and conditions. Whilst a simple change to employment

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THIRTY-FIVE LOCAL CANDIDATES SIGN THE WORKERS’ PLEDGE AHEAD OF LOCAL ELECTIONS

Thirty-Five candidates have now signed Unite the Union Herefordshire and Worcestershire Branch’s Workers’ Pledge ahead of Thursday’s Local Elections. Candidates from all of the elections taking place this week across our two counties have supported Unite’s request to stand by workers and their right to join a union if elected as a Councillor. The local Unite Branch’s Workers’ Pledge asked

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Home Office Consultation on “New Plan for Immigration”: Make Sure Your Opinion Is Heard

The Government have launched their “New Plan for Immigration” which sets out various proposals for changes to nationality, immigration and asylum law. Activists have called it ‘vague, cruel, unworkable and potentially unlawful’. The document is currently out for consultation until 06/05/2021 with Human Rights and Refugee charities imploring as many people as possible to voice their opposition to the plan.

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