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Tue, 07 August 2018
Home care workers strike lates...
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Women's Book club event report...
the new Book Club was launched recently with a Women's event called "women Slay ...
Tue, 07 August 2018
Homecare workers strike
A mass rally today was held by Homecare Workers outside of the Council House tod...
Tue, 31 July 2018
Council Leader visits us
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Unison Conference reports
 Birmingham Branch members attended the Local Government Conference and Nat...
Tue, 17 July 2018
New AUGUST Courses to help mem...
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Tue, 22 May 2018
We are TUC Award Winners
We were awarded a TUC Award for Learning, which was given to Branch Learning co-...
Tue, 24 July 2018
Jack Dromey visits us

MP visits us

Today(09/05/17) at a Branch Exexcutive meeting  we were visited by Jack Dromey MP. He represented Labour in the Erdington constuantcy and had done since he won it from the Tories in 2010. 

Mr Dromey ,68,  who lives in London and Suffolk and is married to Harriett Harman , spoke to us about the forthcoming election.  He is  a canddiate for representing Erdington.

He  spoke about  the need to continue to fight against the cuts made to local services and to continue to fight for decent working conditons. He was part of a campaign that got cleaners at the House Of Commons a living wage.

Eseentially his message was about the choice the electorate has and what kind of country we want. He encouraged us to continue  to debate the issues the country faces and answered some questions from the meeting.

 

 

 

 

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