Activists from the grassroots Right To Strike campaign will attend Labour Party conference to build support for motions submitted by Broxtowe, Newark, Chesterfield, and Labour International CLPs, committing the Labour Party to mounting a serious campaign against anti-union laws.
The Chesterfield CLP motion includes a resolution that “the next Labour government should repeal these attacks (if they pass), repeal all the anti-trade union laws passed by the 1979-1997 Tory governments, and legislate for strong rights to unionise, win union recognition and collective bargaining, strike, picket and take solidarity action.”
Campaigners will be meeting at 12pm on 27th September at Brighton railway station.
Will you be coming? Let us know by joining the Facebook event here.