North West TUC

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.

Make sure you are registered to vote

The TUC and trade unions are supporting the voter registration push to ensure the public is registered to vote in the election. The deadline is looming - 20th April - so make sure you are registered. Materials and information on how to register and to share with colleagues can be found here. 
 

The provision of trade union education in North West Lancashire has been secured after a deal was reached between the North West TUC and The Manchester College. Following the decision by Blackpool and Fylde College that trade union education was no longer a priority, unions, tutors and local trade union...
10 April 2015
On 31 March trade union activists and campaigners, coordinated by Action for Rail, will be taking action at stations across the country, calling for a publicly owned rail network that puts people before profit. We are concerned about government decisions on rail contracts for the Northern, Transpennine Express, East Anglia,...
26 March 2015
Workers in the North West did over £2.7bn worth of...
27 February 2015
Theresa Griffin, North West MEP, today pledged her support to...
17 February 2015
Average full-time pay in the North West fell by £2,461...
16 February 2015
The future of local authority services in the North West...
16 January 2015