38 градусов начали кампанию против приватизации нац.галереи.

Staff at the National Gallery are on their sixth day of an indefinite strike against privatisation. [1] They don’t want gallery services and security handed to profit-hungry companies that are looking to cut corners and make conditions worse for staff.

The gallery’s new director is starting today. He’s keen to strengthen the gallery’s “bond with the public”. [2] Together we can show him that hundreds of thousands of us stand with the National Gallery staff - and believe our national treasures are too important to be in the hands of dodgy private security firms.

Clara, a 38 Degrees member, started a petition to stop the privatisation and now thousands are supporting her. If enough of us get behind her today, we could help convince the new boss to make his first move reversing this unpopular plan.

NOTES:
[1] BBC News: National Gallery staff go on indefinite strike:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-33858543
[2] The Guardian: Support the National Gallery strikes while they’re still legal:
http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...dem-union-bill
[3] PCS Union: Union presents alternative to National Gallery privatisation:
http://www.pcs.org.uk/en/news_and_ev...-privatisation


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