This is the second May Day running where virtual rallies and meetings will predominate over the traditional marches.
During the lockdown, Solidarity has been restricted and has had to adapt to new ways of working. May Day follows that trend with our members joining online meetings.
We know that the fall-out from the pandemic is far from over. We are busier than ever dealing with bogus disciplinaries, the many effects of workplace stress and depression, redundancies and health and safety concerns.
This May Day we celebrate our wins and dedicate ourselves to continue our fight for the rights of workers. Together we are strong!