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UCATT members urged to vote Jeremy Corbyn

UCATT members will be receiving their Labour Party leadership ballot papers any day now.

Survey highlighs construction dangers

Construction union UCATT has reacted with dismay to a new survey which highlights the ongoing risks of construction work.

UCATT members urged to pay up and not lose their ballot

UCATT members are being urged to ensure that they are fully paid up in order to vote in the merger ballot this autumn.

Under UCATT's rules members who are between 26 and 104 weeks in arrears are suspended from membership and not entitled to recieve a ballot.

UCATT welcomes new council housing in North Lanarkshire

Construction union UCATT today welcomed the news that Labour-controlled North Lanarkshire Council are investing £160 million pounds into 1,800 new council houses. These houses are to be completed by 2026, giving some much needed homes for tenants in the area.

Playfair Qatar at West Ham game in Sunday August 21

UCATT members who are also West Ham fans are being urged to support the Playfair Qatar campaign this Sunday August 21 at West Ham's first Premier League home game at the London Stadium (formerly the Olympic Stadium).

UCATT warns Laing O'Rourke that new safety policy is dangerous

Construction union UCATT says Laing O’Rourke’s adoption of a new safety policy called ‘safety differently’ could erode the very foundations of the UK’s health and safety culture. The major constructor’s new health and safety policy focuses entirely on preventing fatalities, while neglecting actions which may cause minor injuries.

Workplace 2020 - Have your say

Today, Monday 15th August - Labour launched the key strategy Workplace 2020 (www.workplace2020.org.uk) connecting the whole of the Labour movement to the Party, encouraging people to make submissions on their experiences at work – both good and bad – and suggest what a future Labour government sh

UCATT calls for an end to right-to-buy

Construction union UCATT has restated its call for an end to the destructive right-to-buy scheme as latest figures show a dramatic disparity between council houses sold off and new build social housing.

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