In Leeds, a local public sector unity committee was set up in June. It drew over 100 to a launch rally on 12 July, with speakers from Unison Local Government and Health, NUT, CWU, PCS and UCU.
Luton’s solidarity committee was set up at a meeting of over 40 on 12 September, initiated by PCS and CWU activists and with representation from Unison, TSSA, NUT, and UCU. It is setting up a local hardship fund and will be organising delegations to the CWU picket lines.
In South West London, Battersea and Wandsworth Trades Council, together with CWU activists from Nine Elms mail centre, is sponsoring a public meeting about the public sector struggles at Lambeth Town Hall on the evening of Thursday 11 October. Email email@example.com.
Nottingham’s newly-revived Trades Council is also coordinating action.