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Unions comment on British Steel sale

The National Trade Union Steel Co-ordinating Committee (NTUSCC) has commented on the sale of British Steel following a meeting with Jinye yesterday [January 9, 2020].

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Worst ever A&E results ‘direct result of decade of Tory government’

 We have to make sure the NHS survives five more years of Tory rule says GMB Union

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Will Thorne, Founder of GMB 1889

Happy New Year

To GMB members everywhere, we wish you a happy and healthy 2020.  Happy New Year.

GMB Responds to Queen's speech

On the Employment Bill, Tim Roache, GMB General Secretary, said:

“The Prime Minister claims he will protect and enhance workers’ rights but his record on keeping his promises leaves a lot to be desired. We’ll be holding him to account. 

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Sheffield Office

Due to the Sheffield floods all meetings at our Sheffield office are cancelled and the office will be closed. Please contact GMB on 0345 337 7777 for further information or speak to your organiser.

Join Us for A Demo At Amazon Depot in Sheffield

Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend for Amazon is coming up pretty quickly and it will give us another unique opportunity to target Amazon fulfillment centres, HQ’s, and other Amazon facilities to shine a light on the shocking working conditions and practices.

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Tens of thousands of members of the public are backing our Asda workers in their fight says GMB Union

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Rise in hate crime 'heart-breaking and enraging'

GMB, Britain’s general union, has described rocketing hate crime figures as ‘heart-breaking and enraging.’

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Dr Who legend backs Asda workers fight

A Hollywood film star and Dr Who legend have joined 23,000 members of the public in backing Asda workers’ fight against a controversial new contract.

Dr Who star Paul Mcgann, who also starred in cult hit Withnail and I and Aliens 3, and Rob Delaney, who appeared in Catastrophe and Deadpool 2, both leant their support ahead of a mass protest in Leeds on Wednesday [October 16, 2019].

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