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The policy making body of the TUC is the annual Congress which meets for four days each year during September. Each affiliated union can send delegates to Congress - 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.

Congress 2014

Congress 2014


Motions and nominations for the 146th Annual Trades Union Congress, 7–10 September 2014, Liverpool
19 August 2014
Motions and nominations for The 146th Annual Trades Union Congress 7–10 September 2014, Liverpool Download TUC Congress 2014 - Preliminary Agenda [PDF]
28 July 2014
Applications for Congress 2014 visitor credentials is now available. Please download and return the form before 27 August 2014.
06 May 2014
Exhibition, advertising and sponsorship opportunities are available at this year's Congress - to find out about the various opportunities available please download our Congress 2014 sponsors and exhibitors brochure from the link below. For further information please contact Stephanie Pugsley on 020 7467 1243 email spugsley@tuc.org.uk . Organisations are able...
31 March 2014
​ Please note that Tour of Britain, the UK’s biggest professional cycle race is taking place in the city on Sunday 7 September which will affect access points into the city for delegates. Please refer to the map and the information leaflet [PDF] to plan your journey into Liverpool on...
06 March 2014
Unedited verbatim report for TUC Congress 2013 which took place at the Bournemouth International Centre on 8-11 September 2013. This is a record of everything that was said from the podium in the formal business of Congress 2013.
22 October 2013
Mohammad Taj, a bus driver from Bradford and the TUC's first Muslim President has today (Wednesday) been elected as the next TUC President.
11 September 2013
Emergency motion to TUC Congress 2013 in Bournemouth
11 September 2013
Results for seats elected to the TUC General Council
10 September 2013
Ed Miliband's warm reception reflected his understanding of the concerns of the modern workplace – the squeeze in living standards and the growth of exploitation through zero-hours contracts.
10 September 2013

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