'Nae Pasaran' and Scotland's Ghost Ferries

I suspect this Sunday Post story is correct because engines lying unused for years seize up and become useless, as the Rolls Royce workers in East Kilbride knew only too well when they refused to repair General Pinochet's war planes!


Nae Pasaran! (November 09, 2018)

Don't just take my word for it - here's what another satisfied cinema goer had to say about the movie 'Nae Pasaran', an everyday tale of ordinary people taking a stand and changing the course of history.

Just back from seeing Nae Pasaran - it was brilliant makes you feel so proud but was very emotional as well - well worth going to see guys x



Nae Pasaran! (06/11/18)

Lots of readers have been in touch to say that they are going along to the Glasgow Film Theatre to see 'Nae Pasaran!'

I hope the film lives up to the billing I've given it, but let me know what you think yourselves.

Because the people involved in the fight for equal pay in Glasgow - and the recent strike in the city - have every reason to be proud of the stand that they've made.

Because just like the Rolls Royce workers ordinary people sometimes make history by doing the right and decent thing.  


Nae Pasaran! (05/11/18)

I was at the Glasgow Film Theatre last night to see 'Nae Pasaran', a hugely enjoyable and uplifting film that tells the story of the workers and union members at the Rolls Royce plant in East Kilbride who refused to work on aircraft engines which had been sent for repair to Scotland by General Pinochet's brutal fascist regime in Chile.

Go and see the movie for yourself - it will put a real spring in your step and make you proud.

Especially those of you who have been involved in the historic events surrounding the long fight for equal pay in Glasgow City Council.


Making Glasgow Proud! (25/10/18)

Some great photos of some great people making Glasgow proud by standing up for their rights to equal pay!



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