UK: SNP-led Glasgow City Council uses gender politics and threats of blacklisting to isolate equal pay struggle By Stephen Alexander

12 November 2018 — WSWS

The Scottish National Party (SNP)-led executive is stepping up efforts to oppose demands for higher pay following last month’s industrial action by 8,000 low-paid, predominantly female public sector workers. They are striking against Glasgow City Council (GCC) and its care services agency, Cordia.

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Book/Event: All Knees and Elbows of Susceptibility and Refusal: Reading History From Below

 16 November <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>2012 — Transmission Gallery

012 | Transmission Gallery | 4.00pm onwards
<strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Transmission Gallery 28 <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>King Street Glasgow G1 5QP <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Scotland

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November 30 Strike: student planning meeting tonight, plus demo details

16 November 2011

As you’re probably aware, on Wednesday 30 November millions of public sector workers will be taking strike action across the country. A full list of unions taking action on the day is available here, but what’s clear is that N30 it set to see a major stepping up of resistance to austerity in the UK.

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Glasgow against education cuts

8 December, 2010


The demonstration at 12:00 (noon) today at Glasgow University is still going ahead. Please come down for some company, training and so on. Join this, or your nearest demonstration, if there is no large event going on at your own institution. THIS IS IN JUST OVER AN HOUR, GET YOUR WELLIES ON.

Could any students, academics or lay persons willing to give a quick informal talk some time today on some aspect of education, austerity, cuts, neoliberalism, posmodernism, Keynesian Economics, Hayek, social movements, social struggle, Reaganomics, Marxism, media representation, strike histories, capitalist geographies/gentrification etc please get in contact at this address: It would be great if you could support us today. Please distribute this email.

The demonstration at 12:00 (noon) TOMORROW at Buchanan St is still going ahead. We are hoping for good numbers.

The demonstration at 4pm TOMORROW in Edinburgh is still going ahead, weather permitting: transport arrangements will be updated as often as we can.

Thank you for your time, even if you are not coming down today, please stay updated of the next 48 hours proceedings via these regular mail-outs, as well as at

best wishes, stay warm,

Glasgow Against Education Cuts, GAEC