Posts Tagged ‘BFAWU’

Why one union wasn’t convinced by Labour’s reform package

by Ian Hodson.

On Saturday March 1st, the Bakers’, Food and Allied Workers’ Union (BFAWU) opposed a proposal supposedly geared towards transparency and democracy in relation to the link between trade unions and the Labour party. We were one of the only unions to do so. We opposed it for a number of reasons. Had I been given […]

Bakers’ union calls for action on supermarkets selling below cost

by John Millington.

Addressing union delegates in Bridlington today, the Bolton North MP, David Crausby,delivered the annual report of the bakers’ union parliamentary group which acts for the union’s interests in parliament. The union wants to see action on curbing the power of supermarkets by government introducing a regulatory framework that is designed to prevent below cost selling […]

Winning Labour sets its sights on winning back Labour’s lost 5 million votes

by Richard Burgon.

Last weekend Yorkshire-based trade union-backed Labour campaign, WinningLabour, held its first national day conference. Set up last year, it aims to promote radical and practical debate about how to win back the 5 million votes Labour lost between 1997 and 2010, embracing three core themes.

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