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Elect Martin Powell-Davies: 

Defending Teachers, Defending Education


Programme for teachers

Latest campaign news

29 June 2004: results

A teacher in touch with the pressures

6,482 first-preference votes "a testimony to a teacher in touch with the pressures teachers endure"

Steve Sinnottís victory in the election for NUT General Secretary will come as a disappointment to teachers who had been looking for a real change at the head of the NUT.

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19 June 2004

Defeat the threatened robbery of our pensions

17 June 2004

Working for trade union unity against "teaching-on-the-cheap"

Camden NUT and UNISON branches brought together NUT and UNISON branch representatives from across different London boroughs discuss the effect of the Governmentís "school workforce remodelling" proposals. More ...

16 June 2004 Redbridge Hustings

14 June 2004 Lewisham Hustings, report from Alison Long, Lewisham NUT Assistant Secretary

12 June 2004 Martin attends Anti-SATS Alliance National Conference

11 June 2004 Report from Kelmscott School, Waltham Forest, London, and update from meetings Martin attended in Bromley and Enfield on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th June.

8 June 2004 A report from Andy Pryor, Bristol NUT

7 June 2004 Stop the "pensions robbery" press release from the campaign

5 June 2004: John Blackall, secretary Knowsley National Union of Teachers (NUT), writes:

IT WAS fortuitous that I went to a local primary school two weeks before the hustings for NUT general secretary.

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June 2004: Martin's Campaign Trail

Martin's speech to the hustings at NUT conference April 2004

Reply to Clarke

A Teachersí Leader on a Teacherís salary 

SATS Ballot- a missed opportunity

National action needed to cut workload

28 March 2004 Letter to supporters prior to NUT conference

Nomination reports

Report from Campaign Meeting, January 31st 2004

Lewisham launches Martin's campaign


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