North West TUC

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About North West TUC

The North West TUC represents nearly one million working people.

We work closely with our affiliated unions to make sure the voice of North West workers is heard in the workplace, in our communities and in wider society.

Our annual workplan is determined by our Executive Committee made up of representatives of affiliated unions, drawing on policies debated at our Annual Conference held each year in the Spring.

Colleagues from PCS have worked with the International Slavery Museum to put together a talk to discuss the topic of 'Arts, culture and racism' as part of a series of events during Black History Month. The event has been partly organised by Zita Holbourne, from the PCS NEC, and local...
24 October 2014
Seasons Playhouse — a youth theatre group — will be hosting a play and community discussion about low incomes in Liverpool, as young people see it. Using input of over 140 young people from around Merseyside, they have created a play called “Brass Razoo”, to be shown during Living Wage...
24 October 2014
The number of people who are under-employed in the North...
03 September 2014
Only five areas remain in the North West where houses...
02 September 2014
Women working part-time across the North West are struggling on...
28 August 2014
Tomorrow, rails unions will be taking action across the UK...
18 August 2014