Sign your workplace up to save the right to strike

The government has launched an attack on our rights. Their actions will destroy our fundamental right to strike.

We want to encourage workers, union reps and branch officers to sign their workplace up to reject these changes and pledge to fight to protect our right to strike.

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The Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP

Prime Minister

10 Downing Street

London, SW1A 2AA

Dear Prime Minister

We, the undersigned, are writing to express our concern regarding the latest anti-union legislation. These authoritarian and restrictive laws will further tighten what the incoming Trades Union Congress (TUC) General Secretary, Paul Nowak, has described as the “most restrictive trade union laws in western Europe”. The right to strike is a fundamental democratic right. These proposals will remove this right.

Employers and Government have together offered pay cuts, as a crippling cost-of-living crisis – fuelled by inflation – continues to drive many into poverty and financial difficulty. What is needed now is action to support workers of Britain. Not threats and punitive laws.

Hundreds of people have joined strike clubs throughout the country to offer support to striking workers. Thousands of people have pledged to visit picket lines in person this year. Half a million people have visited Strike Map since the current wave of strikes started this summer. Public opinion is with striking workers.

We are writing to urge you to withdraw these undemocratic and authoritarian proposals. Should you proceed, you will face the determined opposition of workers. We aim to build a mass movement of millions to defeat your plans.

Yours sincerely

The undersigned

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