Wednesday, 28 January 2015
NHS Strike Thursday 29th January
UNISON members working in the NHS in England are set to walkout for 12 hours between 9am and 9pm on Thursday 29 January. Ambulance and paramedic staff will walk out from Noon- Midnight.
Whether you are an activist in Health, Local Government, Police or any other service group, your support on Thursday is incredibly important.
If you’d like to show your support in person, you can find your local picket line via our interactive map.
We have also made available a list of ready-made tweets in support of the NHS for those on Twitter. Alternatively you can email your MP, write to your local paper and sign our petition. There is a full organiser toolkit also available to download that includes a media brief and information about the strike.
We hope you will show your support for our NHS workers on Thursday.
Yours in solidarity,
By Branch Office - January 28, 2015
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