UNITE: Fujitsu London, South & East – Arrangements for Unite members on 18th December

Unite announced first ever national strike in a UK IT company over jobs, pay and pensions
To launch the action, UNITE is organising a “Scrooge” protest outside the company’s HQ at 22 Baker Street, London, W1U 3BW at 12:00 on Friday 18th December. This should attract considerable media interest, helping our campaign. The intention is then to pop round the corner onto Oxford Street to leaflet outside one or two of Fujitsu’s High Street customers.
We need as many members as possible to join in the London protest on 18th December.
For members whose normal place of work is Canary Wharf, we will be meeting outside the Jubilee line station from 9:00am onwards.
Please join us at Canary Wharf if you can, alternatively you can join up with us at Baker Street at 12:00.
Wear plenty of warm clothing, there are plenty of coffee/eateries on and around the Baker Street offices.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday.
I would expect that we would be moving off to the Baker Street offices at around 10.00am.
Fujitsu’s London office (Jubilee line direct to Baker Street), for a short lunchtime demonstration to ensure the message is heard loud and clear.
Map of 22 Baker Street.

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Unite members working for Fujitsu Services Limited in the Manchester bargaining unit have taken 32 strike days over compulsory redundancies, victimisation of reps and breaches of agreements. This follows 27 previous days of strike action.

Industrial action is currently suspended but the fight continues.

Further information is available here including a downloadable appeal for support leaflet and how to donate to our strike fund.

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