No to Europe, TTIP and Union Advantage – Useful New Pamphlets

Three useful pamphlets which should be required reading and can be used as ammunition against attacks on workers.

Workers Say No issued by Trade Unions Against the EU (TUAEU) – outlines why workers should vote NO at the referendum and debunks myths about the EU.

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership – by John Hilary, Executive Director of War on Want, shows how TTIP is a charter for deregulation, an attack on jobs and an end to democracy.

Union Advantage contains useful facts about why workers should belong to a union – and these could be used in leaflets and petitions about the government attack on unions.

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The EU has realised that Brexit is no game; it is the serious desire of the British population. Countries are panicking about the prospect of no-deal, as it will hurt economies in ways they refused to accept. Britain has the upper hand. Get Brexit done!
https://youtu.be/QTJVoTd8UWg

Pandemic planning in Britain is a Mess. Pandemic planning is split between the Joint Biosecurity Centre, the National Covid Response Centre and the Covid19 Taskforce.
Four separate IT systems are used (Synergy, CTAS, SGSS and HP Zone), meaning data is lost.

Too many people have died through government inaction, carelessness & slavish adherence to private companies & organisations. Billions have been thrown at private companies, often with Tory party connections, despite repeated failures across the board. https://theworker.org.uk/

Internationalism meant that they shared their information with the world and are participating in an international vaccine programme. Not vaccine nationalism USA style.
https://theworker.org.uk/

The main lessons to be learned from the socialist countries were that they not only acted upon the science but had built and used a strong public sector. They were also able to switch manufacturing to the making of PPE to meet their own needs.
https://theworker.org.uk/

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