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News from GMB Yorkshire and North Derbyshire

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Join Our Rally And Back Green Co Workers In Sheffield

29 Jun 2015

18th July, 12pm — 2pm, Blackstock Green Co, S14 1JE (outside the Horse and Groom pub)
Refreshments available after the rally!

Green Co Leaflet July 18.pdf

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Sign Up And Have Your Say In The Labour Party Leadership.

25 Jun 2015

The rules about how trade union members have a say in Labour Party elections have changed. In order to have a vote GMB members need to sign up to become an official ‘Labour Party affiliated supporter’. We’re asking you to sign up. 
Labour is Choosing A New Leader Have Your Say And Sign Up Now.pdf


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311,000 In Work Families In Yorkshire & The Humber Face Cuts To £124.10 Average Weekly Tax Credits

23 Jun 2015

Government must raise tax thresholds and insist that employers pay a living wage to compensate for the losses for these lower paid workers says GMB

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