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getting to know Richard Burgon

unionstogether are getting to know some of our new 2015 Labour MPs with a series of quick fire interview.

Richard Burgon is MP for Leeds East and Shadow Economic Secretary to the Treasury (City Minister)

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This matters

I’m not here to tell you how great the EU is. I know it needs to change, and I get why people are frustrated with it. But in the referendum there is something at stake that I care a lot about: rights at work.

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Getting to Know Angela Rayner

unionstogether are getting to know some of our new 2015 Labour MPs with a series of quick fire interview.

Angela Rayner is MP for Ashton, Droylsden & Failsworth, Shadow Pensions Minister and a proud UNISON member.

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A Fair Deal for Young Workers

#£10NOW Real Living Wage Campaign

Better pay, better conditions. This has long been the mantra of much of the Trade Union movement and continues to be as we campaign for a Real Living Wage to replace the National Minimum Wage. The Real Living Wage of £10 per hour as advocated by the Trade Union movement is not some arbitrary and convenient figure like the tax paid by so many multi-national corporations. Instead it is an amount carefully calculated to be the wage in which you can start to live your life.

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What is going on in the House of Lords?

Last night, the Government was defeated in the House of Lords on the Trade Union Bill – not just once, but three times over.

Lords voted for three amendments to the Bill, on e-balloting, political funds and facility time in the public sector.

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International Women's Day & the labour movement

On International Women’s Day it is easy to bemoan the fact that EVERY day should be International Women’s Day.  But looking at my Twitter and Facebook feed today reminds me how incredibly powerful women’s voices are when gathered collectively, speaking our truths. It makes me feel proud that sisters are making their voices heard …and speaking up for other women who are less able to do so.

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International Women's Day & why women need to join a union

Women need to join a union today.

Women in the workplace owe it to themselves to join a union and get organised. That doesn't mean just putting a card in your purse, sisters. It means rolling your sleeves up and getting stuck in. 

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Equal Pay and more – why women at work need strong unions

The job of the union movement is to stand up for all working people, but that task is only being served if the rights of women at work are at the forefront of everything we do.


That’s certainly the case at my union, UNISON, where over three-quarters of our members are women working in the public sector. Every day I see the range of specific challenges that women see in the workplace.

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IWD- Women need strong unions

Womens liberation and the aspiration for social and economic equality are key inspirations for our movement. 

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An Interview with Daniel Zeichner MP

Name: Daniel Zeichner
 
Constituency: Cambridge
 
Role in Parliament: MP for Cambridge and delighted to be appointed by Jeremy Corbyn as Shadow Transport Minister with responsibility for buses, bikes and walking!

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