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The TUC is the voice of Britain at work. With 54 affiliated unions representing 6.2 million working people from all walks of life, we campaign for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

We negotiate in Europe, and at home build links with political parties, business, local communities and wider society.

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The work of the TUC

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The TUC in the Regions

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People at the TUC

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Motions and nominations for the 146th Annual Trades Union Congress, 7–10 September 2014, Liverpool
19 August 2014
Rail fares for season tickets and other regulated fares are set to go up by 3.6% on average from January 2015, the TUC and rail unions warn today (Tuesday). Analysis of season ticket prices for popular commuter routes across the Midlands show that some fares are set for eye-watering increases...
19 August 2014
Midlands TUC comments on the latest Office of National Statistic figures and the quarterly inflation report from the Bank of England
13 August 2014
Lee Barron has been appointed as the new regional secretary for the Midlands TUC and takes up his role in August 2014. Lee, 44, will be based in the Midlands TUC’s Birmingham office, and will be the TUC’s senior representative across Midlands region.
13 August 2014
The second Action Bulletin from the TUC Young Workers Forum is now available to download. This Bulletin summaries the action points from last meeting, which took place on 2nd August in Birmingham and the Open Forum Event that followed, it includes preliminary plans for Young Workers Month an update on...
12 August 2014
At the BIG TUC YOUTH DEBATE on November 15th the TUC, supported by NUS, will be discussing progressive and radical approaches to address these issues. We’ll be bringing together young people, experts and campaigners (and some who are all three!) to discuss JOBS, HOMES and VOICE.
12 August 2014
On 2 nd August 2014 Midlands TUC organised a Young Workers Open Forum Event on Jobs and Employment. The event was attended by both the National TUC Young Workers delegates as well as approximately 25 Young Workers from the Midlands region. The event started off with a panel of young...
06 August 2014
It was great to have an all women panel at the young workers session at Tolpuddle this year. Young trade unionists Lucille Harvey of Unite and Greta Holmes of UNISON were joined by Grace van Zyl Member of Youth Parliament for Dorset, Crystal Lilly Mills of Dorset Youth Council and...
06 August 2014
North Devon Living Wage campaign launch...fire strike action continues...round up of news and events from the region...
06 August 2014
In this issue: • Public Services Alliance • Local government and devolving economic powers in England • From Jarrow to Parliament • Seeking justice • Living Wage Update • Progress on Pay • TUC welcomes new simpler minimum wage rules • Save our Safety Net Campaign • Growth Deal •...
25 July 2014

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