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Second round of UCU strikes begin

University teaching staff have now begun the second round of UCU strikes for this academic year, following a dispute with employers over working conditions.
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From teach-outs to tea and coffee - how some students are going above and beyond to support the strikes

Members of the Bristol Student-Solidarity Group (BSSSG) have been supporting striking staff since industrial action began on Monday 25 November.
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Opinion | 'Underpaid, under-protected and overworked': an open letter from striking staff to the University

We, hourly paid teachers, teachers on fractional contracts and other casual staff call on the University of Bristol and the Higher Education sector to make a step change in how it respects and values its workforce. We are joined by permanent staff who are in solidarity with these calls.
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Bristol Uni sent letter from striking staff with list of demands

An open letter from staff taking part in the UCU strike has called on the University to take casual staff concerns seriously.
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UCU strikes begin

University teaching staff have begun the first of ten days of strikes over working rights and pensions, following a ballot held eariler this month by the University and Colleges Union.
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Bristol VC Hugh Brady on staff strikes: ‘Students should feel comfortable crossing the picket line’

New industrial action from University staff is due to start on Monday and Bristol’s Vice-Chancellor has spoken out on the key issues and what has happened since the 2018 UCU strikes.
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Bristol staff ballot for UCU strike action

The University of Bristol and fifty nine other UK universities will be hit with eight days of strike action from Monday 25 November to Wednesday 4 December, UCU announced today.
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Bristol student elected to guide national claim for strike compensation

A Bristol student has been elected to fight for a national compensation claim against the lost teaching time during last year's strikes.
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