Labour’s shadow minister for disabled people, Marsha de Cordova MP, will visit workers on the picket line at Luton Airport to show support for the staff responsible for helping disabled passengers.
The government’s Brexit chaos is gambling UK jobs away.
About 400 hackney cab drivers could cause continued traffic chaos at Manchester Airport if a permanent solution in the dispute over being ‘tucked away’ from travellers exiting terminal three is not agreed
Unite is supporting Michael Sweeney, a self-employed taxi driver who has worked at the airport since 1996 and has been refused work by Airport Cars Gatwick for carrying out his legitimate duties as a union rep
“The workforce takes great pride in providing the service they do for disabled passengers, despite being on a toxic combination of zero hours and the minimum wage"
“People at home worried about their jobs and futures will have watched aghast at the shambles the government made of unveiling arguably the most important set of proposals before this country for generations."
“Luton Airport awarded the contract to Clece Care Services , so it cannot wash its hands of responsibility for the workers’ treatment."
Unite, the UK’s largest union, is calling on the Scottish government to launch an immediate investigation after it was revealed that employment agencies have been advertising for workers to operate for 15 hours a day or 80 hours a week on the highly troubled Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR).
Unite, the UK’s largest union, will unveil a banner titled ‘Trump not Welcome’ on the eve (Friday 13 July) of this year’s Durham Miners’ Gala in solidarity with the demonstrations taking place simultaneously in London and other cities against the US president’s visit to the UK.
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