Unite statement on parliamentary branch meeting with t...

Unite statement on parliamentary branch meeting with the Prime Minister

07 November 2017

The Unite parliamentary and constituency branch met with the Prime Minister today (November 7) to take forward the longstanding issues in Parliament. 

Unite parliamentary branch chair Max Freedman, said: “This was a productive meeting and the Prime Minister agreed to consider the branch’s call for formal union recognition.

“Unite also emphasised the need for the voice of staff to be amplified in the discussion of new processes and in eliminating the culture of bullying and harassment. 

“We look forward to a positive response from our meeting.”


For more information please contact Unite communications officer Barckley Sumner on 020 3371 2067 or 07802 329235. 


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Unite is Britain and Ireland’s largest trade union with over 1.4 million members working across all sectors of the economy. The general secretary is Len McCluskey.