Our health service is nearing the precipice, but the damage can be reversed. As a health worker, I need my own union, NIPSA, and the union movement as a whole to step up – to defend our right to a decent standard of living, not to scratch out an existence from month to month; to fight for public ownership of all parts of our health services.
Ballymena to Rally for a Future In the wake of massive manufacturing job losses in the area, Unite’s Ballymena Activist Committee has called a major demonstration in the town at noon on Saturday 6th February at the Bandstand. The Socialist spoke to Leo Mooney, an FG Wilson worker and member […]
Over 1 million ballot for strike action On 10th July tens of thousands of public sector workers in Northern Ireland are expected to join over 1 million workers in Britain on a strike that could rock the Government to its foundations. The strike is in response to public sector employers […]