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Images Dated 2nd June 2021

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030621oneils Featured 2 Jun 2021 Print

030621oneils

In pic- ONeils boxing club are currently without a home - their previous gym was damaged before lockdown and SLC still haven't carried out repairs. In the mean time they are training in Cambuslang park, but say they could go bust unless they find a new home. Some pics of club members and coaches at the park, ideally a group shot or two plus some shots of them doing training exercises in the park.

Brian Murphy, club coach


Photo by staff photographer Douglas McKendrick

020621RockValley Featured 2 Jun 2021 Print

020621RockValley

A general view of Rock Valley, also known as the Metal Box site in Mansfield.
Geotechnical engineers assess the rock face at the former Metal Box/ Rock Valley site in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Plans to build a large retirement complex at the Rock Valley quarry site have been put forwards.
Photo: Wednesday 2nd June 2021.
(Photo: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

02/06/2021ActionOnAmazon Featured 2 Jun 2021 Print

02/06/2021ActionOnAmazon

Pictured:
Shane Edwards
Inga Danileviciute
Mike Davies

Campaigners in Stoke on Trent call for action as Amazon profits triple amid reports of anti - union tactics and poor treatment

Campaigners unfurled a giant banner at Stoke Civic Centre today, Wednesday 2 June, to call on Amazon to sign up to a declaration which would guarantee workers the freedom to talk with and form a union without fear.

Unite is calling on Jeff Bezos to sign up to a declaration of neutrality which would guarantee workers the freedom to talk with and form a union without fear. (see notes to editors)

Amazon? profits have tripled off the backs of workers who have been essential during the pandemic. But the company continues to be plagued by reports of poor working conditions and union anti-union tactics (see notes to editors).

Unite has launched a confidential whistle-blowing hotline which has opened in the UK & Ireland. Amazon workers can blow the whistle and expose poor treatment free from reprisals by calling 08000 14 14 61 in the UK or 1800 851 268 for the Republic of Ireland or visiting

Unite executive officer, Sharon Graham said: ?mazon continues to be plagued by reports of poor working conditions and anti union tactics. As it stands Amazon workers are not able to form a union without fear of obstruction and reprisals.

"Unite has written to Jeff Bezos to call on him to make a clear commitment to the UK workforce and sign up to a declaration of neutrality. The declaration would guarantee workers, including workers at Stoke on Trent the freedom to talk with and form a union without fear. If the company is genuine about creating good jobs in the UK then it should be more than happy to sign the declaration.

"Amazon's profits have tripled off the backs of workers who have been essential during the pandemic they must be allowed to protect their rights at work and a union is the only effective way to achieve this."

ENDS

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