Shafted by LABOUR council – it’s vital to support Durham Teaching Assistants

Awful decision


Today (Thurs 24/11) is the 2nd day of the latest industrial action by Teaching Assistants (TAs) in County Durham. It’s received virtually no coverage in the national media.

Wherever you live, if you care about children, education, or about basic fairness or even have a healthy self-interest, it’s vital that you support a group of dedicated people working hard for children – who are being shafted, shamefully, by a Labour county council.

A Labour council that is prepared to issue a deeply misleading briefing and to attempt to block the local Labour party from even discussing what’s being done.

A full timeline of events to date and a response by the TAs to the deliberate misrepresentation of the facts are attached to the end of this article, but here are just a few of the ‘lowlights’ of the way these hard-working people are being treated:

  • Durham’s Labour-led council has decided…

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