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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Greens pledge support for pensions strike
عدد مرات القراءة 19002006-03-25

Green Party in England & Wales

Green Party pledges support for strikes in protest at 'unfair and unjust
pension cuts' and welcomes Labour Link's decision to suspend campaiging
activity for the Labour Party until the dispute has been resolved

Over one million of the country's most essential public sector workers
will go on strike on 28 March to protest at unfair and unjust cuts to local
government pensions, the Joint Union Strike Team (JUST) announced today.
(1)

The strike is planned because the Government refuses to give protection for
existing members of their pension scheme.  Unison members have told the
Green Party that "Unison Labour Link", the structure by which the giant
public services union Unison deals with its relations with the Labour
Party, has suspended its support for Labour.

Green Party Home Affairs Speaker Rajeev Thacker said: "Members of nine
of the country's biggest unions have overwhelmingly voted "YES" to strike
action because the Government and the Local Government Association
refuse to pay out what they promised on the Local Government Pension Scheme
(LGPS).

"The Government wants to get rid of the Rule of 85, with only limited
protection for existing members. LGPS members will have to keep working
until they are 65, even though they have been paying 6% of their salary
into the pension scheme and planning for their retirement for years.

"The Green Party stand alone as a viable political party willing to
support LGPS members in their decision to take strike action to demand fair
treatment over pension rights.

"We welcome news from UNISON members that Labour link has decided to
suspend campaigning for the Labour Party during the dispute."






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