Monthly Archives: August 2015

For your information: Andrew Turner’s main players and friends have a long connection with Government.

Nicholas Finney https://uk.linkedin.com/in/nicholasfinney#background-experience Commissioner at Independent Transport Commission Portsmouth, United Kingdom Early career in the 1970’s was as an Industrial Relations Manager for Unigate , one of the largest Dairy Companies . Moved to the Dairy Trade Federation in 1975 … Continue reading

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TUC calls for urgent enquiry after back-to-work deaths revealed

Commenting on figures published by the Department of Work and Pensions, which show that between 2011 and 2014 over 2,300 people died shortly after losing their claim for Employment Support Allowance and being declared ‘fit for work’, TUC General Secretary … Continue reading

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Don’t be misled , Len McCluskey issues leadership clarification after Burnham email

Unite’s general secretary Len McCluskey has sent an email to the union’s members who have signed up to vote in the Labour leadership contest, clarifying that they have endorsed Jeremy Corbyn in the race. The move comes after an email … Continue reading

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The Budget Crisis on the Isle of Wight and the Political Demands on the Government:

The view of the Trades Council regarding the budget crisis for the Isle of Wight and the political demands on the Government regarding funding and the call to treat the island as a special case. In the first place the … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn and Michael Foot must be seen in Context.

There is criticism of the movement to elect Jeremy Corbyn that wants to relate it with Michael foot.The question is a contextual issue. The attempt is to disrupt or block the candidature by taking the issue out of context. In … Continue reading

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Campaign to Bring Back British Rail:

LAST Wednesday the Financial Times published a comment piece by John Kay describing the purported benefits of rail privatisation since 1997. He is a prominent and respected business economist who should really know better. We sent a letter in as … Continue reading

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Companies with links to Tories ‘have won £1.5bn worth of NHS contracts’

Unite research claims 24 MPs and peers who backed health reforms have links to 15 private healthcare companies Matthew Taylor Private companies with financial links to Tory politicians have won NHS contracts worth £1.5bn in the past two years, according … Continue reading

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