Left takes 30 of 34 places on Unite W Mids political committee

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Unite’s regional political conference for the West Midlands region took place today – after attempts to stir controversy by right-wingers fell flat.

The event was a triumph for the left, which took thirty of thirty-four positions on the union’s regional political committee – in the heartland of the Labour right and the former stronghold of unsuccessful challenger for Unite’s General Secretary position, Gerard Coyne.

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Labour’s Ian Lavery addressing gathered Unite delegates

A threatened ‘mobilisation’ of right-wing activists failed to materialise after ‘centrist’ MPs failed even to attend.

 

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2 responses to “Left takes 30 of 34 places on Unite W Mids political committee

  1. The right getting the jitters and imploding, not before time!
    As more and more members see the errors of their ways, taking them down the wrong path, they are now realising clinging on to the past and having the right running their agenda which hasn’t worked and will never work!
    Having lost 2 general election, under the right leaning Labour, “O”, (there all the same), politicians, It’s time for change and a clean sweep of those, who carry on, believing the right is the way to go!
    “FOR THE MANY, NOT THE FEW”.

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