13-point manifesto for workers published
Unite general secretary candidate Howard Beckett has published his 13-point manifesto for workers’ rights, ranging from a shorter working week to overturning the Tories’ repressive anti-union laws.
Beckett announced the launch in a tweet outlining ten of his pledges, but the full list of thirteen measures on pay, worker protections, collective action and legislation can be seen in a campaign graphic:
The list underlines Beckett’s status as the only candidate intending to use the union’s resources for both workplace/industrial action and parliamentary influence – and illustrates why it’s so important to maintain and increase both.
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