Petition to Serco , Alwen Williams
SERCO PAY UP!
Low paid cleaners, porters, catering and security staff in Barts Health Trust, members of Unite the Union are currently on strike action against private contractor Serco. They are asking for a 30p an hour pay rise and an end to their excessive workload. Serco makes over £80 million profit yet it refuses this modest increase. Last Saturday 15 July a demo was called in support of this struggle. John McDonnell came along to support it and raised the issue of low pay on the Marr Show the following day using a cleaner's pay slip. Prices keep going up. We all deserve a pay rise. We, the undersigned, support this struggle and demand from Serco to: 1. Pay up- immediate implementation of extra 30p/hr 2. An end to the increased and unmanageable workload imposed by Serco. And from Barts Health Trust 3. To intervene to ensure that the above are carried through.
Petition to Jeremy Corbyn MP
Sack John McDonnell for his attempt to create civil unrest
John McDonell has asked for 1'000'000 people to take to the streets of London in protest at the result of the general election. This is totally unacceptable for a senior member of the shadow cabinet and indeed a senior government official. This kind of protest will lead to civil unrest, will undoubtedly will lead to violence against our police officers and other persons involved in the security of London. If one million people did take to the streets would the security services be able to cope if a large group of attendees decided to commit violence against a government minister or security staff assigned to that person. It is factual that the type of groups that will attend this march would include factions that have no respect for UK law and will be dressed and equipped for violence when they leave their homes. The shadow chancellor will be responsible for any injuries, damage or deaths should this march occur. His position is now untenable