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Len McCluskey is sounding out support for a new left-wing party if Labour loses the next election, the Sun on Sunday reports. The Unite boss is reportedly confident that 15 MPs would be prepared to join the new group, described as the “UKIP of the left”.
TUC press release Addressing the several hundred delegates attending the annual TUC black workers’ conference at Congress House later today (Friday), TUC General ...
USDAW press release Shopworkers need protection and Government sentencing guidelines don’t go far enough says Usdaw Shopworkers trade union leader John Hannett ...
Conservatives press release Responding to Len McCluskey's threat to withdraw funding from the Labour Party, Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps said: 'Len M...
The leader of the Unite union has said that he “fears for the future of the Labour party” if they fail to win next year’s general election. Speaking at a lunch wi...
TUC press release In some parts of Britain nearly half the jobs are paying less than the living wage, the TUC reveals today (Tuesday) to coincide with the 15th an...
11/04/2014 on TUC
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