100 Wood St, City of London. Tue21 Jun 2016
Protesters make some noise across the street from 100 Wood St
Victor Ramirez brings across posters from the picket at the entrance to 100 Wood St to the protest
Thames Cleaning and Support Services Limited spent £20,000 trying to get an injunction to stop the strike
conditions were imposed and the grass roots union United Voices of the World had to pay£10,000 in costs
UVW General Secretary Petros Elia speaks
Vera from UVW blows a plastic horn and Jane Nicholl of Class War beeps her horn
Striking cleaner Victor Ramirez
'We are striking for our jobs and for a living wage'
'Stop the redundancies' 'Real Living Wage'
Rob Williams, chair of the National Shop Stewards Network
Candy Udwin, PCS rep who led the long strime against privatisation at the National Gallery
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