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Archbishop of Canterbury Sep 12
Five years ago I told the CEO of Wonga I wanted credit unions to compete him out of business. Today at the TUC conference I said letโ€™s put church-run food banks and night-shelters out of business.
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Len McCluskey Sep 11
Every decent person should applaud the proposals set out by and this afternoon. The dreadful and growing inequality in this country cannot start to be addressed until we have strong unions and bargaining rights and make work pay again
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Archbishop of Canterbury Sep 12
Equality and social justice are not abstract ideas. They are urgent needs. Without them we are divided and vulnerable to populism. The door is open to the demons of racism, antisemitism, Islamophobia, xenophobia โ€“ and to extremism. My speech:
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Womans_Place_UK Sep 14
We have been told by a member of the Association of Educational Psychologists that this union also abstained on Motion 41 at . This makes it three unions abstaining - AEP, FBU and NUJ. Why weren't these abstentions recorded?
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PSC Sep 12
Sea of Palestinian flags waved in solidarity at as delegates vote to condemn US decision to defund UNRWA and Israel's racist Nation State Law
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The CWU Sep 12
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
Thank you for your total support for our campaign ๐Ÿ‘
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Jeremy Corbyn Sep 13
The Archbishop of Canterbury is part of a growing movement fighting for a fairer society.
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Frances O'Grady Sep 12
"For every oppressed worker there should be an organisation which can speak truth to power with conviction and strength." A pleasure to welcome to Congress this morning, to celebrate our birthday and our shared vision for a more just and equal society.
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Paul Embery Sep 12
The Archbishop of Canterbury tells TUC Annual Congress: "I believe that belonging to a trade union is a good thing. If anyone here isn't a member of a union, I encourage you to join one." ๐Ÿ™‚
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BBC Politics Sep 11
"We'll bring back into public ownership rail, water, Royal Mail" Shadow Chancellor tells a Labour government would "clear away the debris of past privatisations"
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Ian Murch Sep 11
After some very moving contributions, TUC unanimously supports gender self-declaration
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Steven Saxby Dec 29
A real honour to be featured in this list. Britain's greatest asset is its working people. As we come to the end of a year celebrating , it is as important as ever that we stand together for workers' rights. Honour your labour & join a union today!
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GMB UNION Sep 12
Today the Archbishop of Canterbury put himself squarely on the side of working people, and alongside the trade union movement - calling for equality, fairness, decency and to give people hope.
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Chris Williamson MP #GTTO Sep 10
Great to see support for Lula da Silva at . He's Brazil's most popular politician, but the illegitimate right wing administration has jailed him to prevent him standing in the imminent presidential election.
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Unite Politics Sep 11
John McDonnell: โ€œif you want to make a difference, join a trade union and get involved in collective actionโ€ ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ
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Archbishop of Canterbury Sep 12
Abuse of power โ€“ from government, employers, churches or trade unions โ€“ leaves a free-fire zone where only the powerful survive. We must all adapt to create a just society where everyone matters. My speech at the TUC conference today:
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BBC Politics Sep 11
โ€œItโ€™s time for us to tip [the balance of power] back in the direction of the workersโ€ - Shadow Chancellor pledges 'gig economy' rights boost at
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Len McCluskey Sep 11
I've been speaking to ITV ahead of 's speech this afternoon, welcoming his plans to reform workersโ€™ rights and strengthen collective bargaining to tackle growing inequality and rid our economy of the scourge of insecure work
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HOPE not hate Sep 12
'The idea that [the far right] are anti-establishment is the Biggest whopper going!' ๐Ÿ” General Secretary of discuss how we can confront the New Far Right Threat. Listen to the full podcast:
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Aaron Bastani Sep 12
More people need to be in trade unions. Without it our economy will stagnate, real wages will decline and productivity will go nowhere This is the new centre
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