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    Birmingham city council chief executive should follow in footsteps of council leader and resign
    September 11, 2017 - Monday

    Birmingham city council chief executive should follow in footsteps of council leader and resign Stella Manzie, the interim chief executive of Birmingham council should follow the lead of councillor leader John Clancy and resign and the council honour the Acas agreement it reached to settle the bin dispute, Britain’s largest union Unite said today (Monday …

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    Unite hails victory in Birmingham bin dispute
    August 17, 2017 - Thursday

    Unite hails victory in Birmingham bin dispute   Unite, the country’s largest union, today (Wednesday 16 August) said that it has achieved victory in the Birmingham bin dispute which will result in the suspension of the current industrial action. The union said that the city council had accepted the refuse workers’ case and restored the …

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    Unite warns no stone will be left unturned if Doncaster bins company breaks law to undermine strikes
    August 17, 2017 - Thursday

    Unite warns no stone will be left unturned if Doncaster bins company breaks law to undermine strikes Unite, the UK’s largest union, has warned that it will leave ‘no stone unturned’ if Doncaster refuse contractor Suez presses ahead with breaking the law during forthcoming strike action. Unite has received evidence that Suez is actively recruiting …

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    Unite celebrates court victory as historic win for working people
    July 26, 2017 - Wednesday

    Responding to the decision today (Wednesday, 26 July) by the Supreme Court that the government was wrong to raise employment tribunal fees, the leader of Unite, Len McCluskey said: “This is an historic victory. The Supreme Court has ruled that the Conservative government was wrong to deny working people access to employment justice. The Tories’ …

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    Demo to save Bromley libraries from privatisation on 19 July
    July 12, 2017 - Wednesday

    A demonstration protesting at the proposed privatisation of Bromley’s 14 libraries and calling for them to remain council-controlled will be staged on Wednesday 19 July. The protest, organised  by Unite, the country’s largest union, comes as the Tory-controlled council’s executive meets to discuss awarding the libraries’ contract to Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) – a social …

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