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1.  UK Amazon workers speak on wildcat walkouts and rank-and-file committees  


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Walkouts at Amazon fulfilment centres are continuing, protesting the company’s refusal to budge from a 35-50 pence an hour pay rise (3 percent) with inflation already close to 12 percent.

2.  Walkouts at Grangemouth oil refinery and Amazon as UK strike wave escalates  


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A general offensive against the employers and the Conservative government is developing, despite all efforts by the trade unions to keep separate a growing number of official strikes. It is being propelled by a cost-of-living crisis that is hurling millions of working people into a social catastrophe.

3.  UK Amazon walkouts continue: Build rank-and-file committees  


World Socialist Web Site
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Amazon worker have proved in the last week that powerful action can be taken by the rank and file. But to succeed, they must develop their own organisations and leadership: rank-and-file committees of workers operating independently of the unions in every warehouse and depot, across all roles and tiers.

4.  Strikes Spread Across Amazon UK Warehouses  


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On August 3, over 700 workers at the Amazon facility in Tilbury, Essex downed tools and launched a protest in the warehouse cafeteria against a pay offer of a mere 0.35 ($0.42) increase per hour. The offer would amount to an increase of 3%, at a time when inflation in the UK is projected to rise to 13%...

5.  Wildcat walkouts over pay at UK Amazon warehouses  


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Workers at Tilbury, Coventry, Rugeley and Bristol have given a hint of the enormous power of Amazon’s workforce, 75,000 strong in the UK and 1.5 million globally, on which the company’s vast operations and shareholder fortunes depend.

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