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    News digest 22 October 201222 October 2012

    Saturday’s march for a future that works is splashed across the front page of the Morning Star with a sea of red Unite flags under the headline ‘the people fight back’

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    News digest 19 October 201219 October 2012

    Today’s message is a simple - march with us on #oct20

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    News digest 18 October 201218 October 2012

    The countdown to #oct20 continues and an eight page Unite/Daily Mirror future that works special tops today’s digest - buy your copy now.

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    News digest 17 October 201217 October 2012

    Top of today's digest is a pledge by Unite to challenge Britain’s payday lenders by establishing a nationwide credit union network.

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    News digest 15 October 201215 October 2012

    Welcome to today’s digest, the top story today is a warning to UK chancellor George Osborne to review its sole focus on austerity...

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    News digest 11 October 201211 October 2012

    The digest opens with coverage of prime minister David Cameron’s closing speech to the Conservative party conference. Right-wing papers welcome the speech but the Guardian said it showed Ed Miliband has got under the PM’s skin.

  • Unite news digest

    News digest 9 October 20129 October 2012

    Today’s digest opens with the focus on chancellor George Osborne’s address to the Tory party conference in Birmingham.

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    News digest 8 October 20128 October 2012

    Chavez wins again, Cameron struggles, the nasty party is back and the BAE deal buckles

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    News digest 5 October 20125 October 2012

    So the Labour party conference closes in Manchester with Ed Miliband gaining praise for a good week for him and the party – even as some of the right wing papers try to stir up a storm about academies – all eyes switch to Birmingham for the Tories next week...

  • Unite news digest

    News digest 3 October 20123 October 2012

    The top story of the day is Labour leader Ed Miliband’s keynote address to the Labour party conference. The speech gets positive coverage in most papers; Miliband addressed conference for over an hour without any notes. He cited a focus on one nation coming together rather than the divisive approach of the Con Dem coalition government.