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TUC LESE Regional Council and Executive Committee

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The Regional Council is appointed annually by affiliates and county associations of trades councils and meets four times a year to discuss both how to achieve policy determined at the national TUC and to make specific policies on regional issues. At its Annual General Meeting, it elects officers and an Executive Committee that meets monthly.

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TUC LESE Meeting Code of Conduct

The TUC is committed to organising activities at which everyone can participate in an inclusive, respectful and safe environment. The TUC has zero tolerance for any type of harassment, including sexual harassment. Aggressive, offensive, intimidatory, disrespectful or unacceptable behaviour or comments will not be tolerated. This supports the commitment set out in the TUC’s rules to promote equality for all and to eliminate all forms of harassment, including sexual harassment, prejudice and unfair discrimination. This policy applies to all aspects of communication at or in connection with an event, including postings on social media.  If you have any concerns about behaviour that you want to raise then please contact us by email

TUC LESE Regional Council


  • Saturday 23 October 2021, 10 - 1pm   
  • Saturday 29 January 2022, 10 - 1pm   


  • Saturday 23 April 2022 (AGM), 10 - 2pm   

If you would like to attend any Regional Council meeting date as Observer - please register:

Regional Council supports Morning Star, daily newspaper

The Morning Star has a daily email news alert that includes links to top labour movement and political stories. Please support news alerts or sign up to mailing list - HERE    

Stall holders:

Bloody Good Period (BGP)

BGP is a charity fighting for menstrual equity in the UK. That means we believe that genuine support, accurate information and menstrual products should be available for all those that need them.

BGP provide period products and education to asylum seekers, refugees and those most in need in the UK. And now we want to help employers do more to support people and their menstrual health at work through our Bloody Good Employers initiative.

Please share BGP survey on menstruation at work - HERE

Keep Our NHS Public 

A non-party political organisation campaigning against privatisation and underfunding of the NHS.

Marx Memorial Library & Workers' School  

Was founded in 1933 with the aim of advancing education, knowledge and learning in all aspects of the science of Marxism, the history of Socialism and the working class movement.  

Show Racism the Red Card

We provide educational workshops, training sessions, multimedia packages, and a whole host of other resources, all with the purpose of tackling racism in society. Established in January 1996, the organisation utilises the high-profile status of football and football players to publicise its message. Across Britain, Show Racism the Red Card delivers training to more than 50,000 individuals per year.   

Thompsons Solicitors

Thompsons Solicitors was first established in 1921 by founder and leading civil rights lawyer, W.H. Thompson. Driven by a vision to protect and deliver justice for working people, his aspiration led Thompsons Solicitors to establish itself as the most experienced personal injury law firm in the UK.   

Resident stall holders:

London Hazards Centre (LHC)

WorkStress handbook has been produced by the WorkStress Network (UK National Work Stress Network). consists of unpaid volunteers bringing together workplace trade union and health and safety representatives, academics, safety professionals and others to campaign for the better protection of workers against stress-related mental and physical illnesses caused by poorly controlled workplace psycho-social hazards.

London Hazards Centre Magazine - Spring 2021 Edition

Mesothelioma Day, Magazine Edition (Friday 2 July 2021)  

The London Hazards Centre, is looking for volunteers to help run and organise some of our activities. If you have skills and knowledge that can help organise events, produce promotional material, train others or assist in our campaigning work? If you are interested in volunteering for LHC please call 0207 527 5107 or email

National Pensioners Convention (NPC)

The NPC’s main objective is to promote the welfare and interests of all pensioners, as a way of securing dignity, respect and financial security in retirement. The NPC organises rallies and lobbies of MPs, leads delegations to parliament and makes submissions to government on policies affecting older people.

War on Want (WoW)

WoW works to achieve a vision of a just world, through our mission to fight against the root causes of poverty and human rights violation, as part of the worldwide movement for global justice.

If you would like a FREE stall at any Regional Council meeting please contact: 

TUC LESE Executive Committee



  • Wednesday 1 September 2021 
  • Wednesday 6 October 2021    
  • Wednesday 1 December 2021
  • Wednesday 12 January 2022
  • Wednesday 2 February 2022 
  • Wednesday 23 March 2022


T Lennon, TUC LESE President

C Gibson TUC LESE Vice President

J Kelly TUC LESE Vice President

G Lean, TUC LESE Treasurer

A Kenny, TUC LESE Auditor

R Sutton, TUC LESE Auditor

P Lewis TUC LESE Executive Committee Standing Orders Sub-Group Member

Executive Committee Standing Orders Sub-Group Comprises the President, 2 Vice Presidents, Regional Secretary and a delegate to the Regional Council not elected to the Executive Committee (P Lewis).

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