Striking lecturers: We're winning and want 'not just to end pension cuts but reverse marketisation of education'
Strathclyde UCU chair: ‘No other profession in UK history has suffered a 50% cut in living standards in less than a decade’
TRADE UNIONISTS at Strathclyde University are leading national calls for members of the Universities and Colleges Union (UCU) to reject a "deliberately vague" pension offer from the university employers representative (UUK), after sustained strike action by the union.
Occupied: Glasgow students show solidarity with striking lecturers
Students from Glasgow and Strathclyde join national solidarity movement amid pension dispute
STUDENTS AT Glasgow University and Strathclyde University are the latest in a list of student solidarity groups to stage occupations in support of lecturers striking over pension cuts.
University teaching staff across the UK have been undertaking industrial action led by the University and College Union (UCU) since February after Universities UK (UUK) proposed pension changes which unions say would leave staff significantly worse off.