Putting People Before Profit

Thursday, 8th October 2020
from 19:00 to 20:15

More information on Facebook: Putting People Before Profit

Roger Thomas, Bristol Trades Union Council Executive Committee member, will be presenting the view of Bristol and South Gloucestershire trade unionists to the meeting.

These are just some of the topics that will be discussed –

  • Extend the furlough scheme – defend every job
  • Safe workplaces – protect workers and students from the virus
  • Tax the wealthy – no to austerity
  • Public ownership of services – including testing
  • Massive investment in a green economy
  • Scrap universal credit – we need a welfare state that provides security and dignity.
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Our NHS Deserves Better

Sunday 5th July is the
72nd anniversary of the NHS

During the weekend Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th July Bristol Trades Union Council will be supporting local events and the national online rally Sunday 5th July at 3:30 PM to say, ‘Our NHS deserves better’

Our NHS Deserves Better

Speakers will include: 
Cat Hobbs (We Own It), Dr Sonia Adesara (Keep Our NHS Public), Helen O’Conner (GMB), John Lister (Health Campaigns Together), Dr Kambiz Boomla (Doctors in Unite), Kevin Courtney (National Education Union), Laura Ho (Build Back Better), Laura Pidcock (People’s Assembly), Rachel Ambrose (mental health nurse) and Roger McKenzie (Unison)

You can watch live on the Keep Our NHS Public Facebook page Our NHS Deserves Better

Or on the Keep Our NHS Public YouTube page Our NHS Deserves Better

Bristol: Activists with Protect Our NHS will be displaying banners at a number of prominent locations around the city details can be found on their FaceBook page Protect our NHS or contact them at protectournhs@gmail.com.

Bristol Trades Union Council is also supporting the Keep Our NHS Public ‘2020 vision’ for the NHS:

See here for more details about the Keep Our NHS campaign Our NHS Deserves Better

Unless explicitly stated otherwise any commercial advertisements appearing on this page aren’t endorsed or supported by Bristol Trades Union Council.

Action for Rail in Bristol 2016

Action for Rail (AFR) will be leafleting at stations across the country on Tuesday 16th August to coincide with the announcement of the increases for regulated fares in 2017. In Bristol meet at

Temple Meads Station
Temple Quay area

Tuesday 16 August 2016

Morning 08.00 – 09.00
Evening 17.30 – 18.30

More information about the national campaign can be found by following these two links – Action For Rail: Protest fare rises and call for public ownership
No more fares rises, no more cuts to services and staffing

More information about issues effecting the Bristol Railway system can be found here Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways or email fosbr

Action for Rail in Bristol 2015

ACTION FOR RAIL supporters will giving out prepaid cards at Bristol suburban stations calling on local MPs to support public ownership of rail which could fund a 10% cut in fares.

Meet on Bedminster station on Friday 21 August from 1700 – 18.15

Meet on Stapleton Road Station on Monday 24 August from 1700 – 18.15

For more information –

email campaigns@fosbr.org.uk

Follow the link at Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways