North West TUC

Speak out against the Government's Trade Union Bill

As part of our campaign against the Government's trade union bill, that will see the introduction of ballot thresholds which threaten the basic right to strike, breaking of strikes by making the use of agency workers legal and restrictions on social media usage amongst many more changes, we will be hosting a series of public meetings. Find your nearest one here.  

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.


Workers from across the UK will join together from 12noon on Sunday 4 October for a national march and public rally in Manchester against the government’s austerity programme and the Trade Union Bill.
24 September 2015
The number of people working excessive hours in the North West has risen by 17 per cent since 2010, according to a new TUC analysis published today (Wednesday). The number of employees working more than 48 hours per week in the North West has now reached 326,000 – up by...
09 September 2015
More than seven in ten (71.6 per cent) women working...
09 September 2015
This is the first in our weekly updates in the...
04 September 2015
This is the first in our weekly updates in the...
03 September 2015
London is creating jobs at six times the rate of...
06 July 2015