Congress 2005

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The 137th TUC Congress was held at the Brighton Centre [map], between 12th September and 15th September, 2005.

Congress is the policy making body of the TUC, and meets every year. Each affiliated union can send delegates - the larger the union, the more it can send. At Congress 'motions' (resolutions for debate) are proposed and discussed. These form the basis of the TUC's work for the next year.

Full unedited verbatim report of Congress proceedings as supplied by reporters Marten Walsh Cherer
03 October 2005
Full unedited verbatim report of Congress proceedings as supplied by reporters Marten Walsh Cherer
03 October 2005
Full unedited verbatim report of Congress proceedings as supplied by reporters Marten Walsh Cherer
03 October 2005
Final report on the decisions taken by the 2005 Trades Union Congress on the motions, amendments and nominations submitted by unions.
20 September 2005
Address by the Chair of the Pensions Commission, 14 September 2005
14 September 2005
Sections C, E, H, I and General Purposes Committee
13 September 2005
TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said: 'The Chancellor's speech rightly received a warm welcome from delegates.'
13 September 2005
The TUC today (Tuesday) announces the winners of the prestigious ‘reps of the year awards' at its annual Congress. The winners will receive their awards at a packed Brighton Centre from TUC President Jeannie Drake.
13 September 2005
TUC Congress, 12 Sep 2005
12 September 2005

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