News from around the Region See below our regular newsletters. These are produced monthly so please check back regularly for updates. Thank you, Nikki MacDonald Legal & Affiliated Services Coordinator Newsletters Type Name Size May 2018 0.34Mb April 2018 0.3Mb March 2018 0.32Mb February 2018 0.32Mb January 2018 0.32Mb November 2017 0.39Mb October 2017 0.36Mb September 2017 0.33Mb August 2017 0.38Mb July 2017 0.39Mb June 2017 0.3Mb May 2017 0.29Mb April 2017 0.26Mb March 2017 0.31Mb February 2017 0.29Mb January 2017 0.23Mb December 2016a 0.24Mb November 2016 0.44Mb October 2016 0.26Mb September 2016 0.2Mb August 2016 0.27Mb July 2016 0.19Mb June 2016 0.17Mb May 2016 0.22Mb April 2016 0.21Mb March 2016 0.3Mb February 2016 0.19Mb January 2016 0.18Mb December 2015 0.17Mb November 2015 0.24Mb October 2015 0.2Mb September 2015 0.28Mb August 2015 0.21Mb July 2015 0.39Mb You may also be interested in... Manufacturing workers join Len McCluskey in giant roulette wheel Brexit protestThe government’s Brexit chaos is gambling UK jobs away. Marsha de Cordova MP will visit workers on the picket line at Luton AirportLabour’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. Manchester Airport’s hackney cab drivers could threaten more ‘gridlock’ protests, as they face 40 per cent wage cutAbout 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 Treatment of Gatwick taxi driver focuses spotlight on ‘anti-union stance’ of taxi company, says UniteUnite 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 CAA report on airport accessibility fails to consider welfare of workers“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"