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UCATT welcomes Corbyn true Labour vision

Construction union UCATT today warmly endorsed the keynote speech made by Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn on the final day of the party conference.

Labour Conference in landmark flexible pension age decision

It is increasingly recognised that a one size fits all pension age is unfair to manual workers in physically demanding who are faced with a double whammy in retirement. Many are forced to retire prior to the official pension age and they then have a lower life expectancy compared to professional occupations such as doctors, lawyers and accountants of over 7 years.

UCATT welcomes Labour's living wage commitment

UCATT has warmly welcomed the announcement made today (September 26th) by the Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell that the next Labour Government will transform the minimum wage into a genuine Living Wage.

North West Social Housing Forum

North West social housing forum

The latest North West Social Housing Forum took place on Friday 23rd September.

UCATT is appalled by chronic lack of Health & Safety Executive (HSE) inspections

New research carried out by the TUC has discovered that 80 per cent of British construction sites have never been inspected by the Health & Safety Executive.

Hinkley Point go ahead good news for construction industry

Construction union UCATT have warmly welcomed the Government’s decision today (Thursday 15th September) to give the go ahead to the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station development.

TUC supports crackdown on Big Brother in the workplace

TUC Congress has today (Tuesday 13th September) overwhelmingly supported a motion moved by construction union UCATT which commits the union movement to stamp out the unacceptable use of surveillance equipment in the workplace.

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