Unite general secretary in action
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Watch Unite general secretary Sharon Graham in action
Winning for workers, inspiring action to win - August 2023
July 2023 Winning for Workers - How Unite has secured £400m for Unite members
BBC Radio Analysis | July 2023 - Sharon Graham on strikes and why instead of blaming inflation on workers’ wage rises it’s high time the governor of the Bank of England tackled the profiteers of corporate Britain.
Unite's Sharon Graham marched to Westminster with steel workers and met MPs to call for urgent action to preserve jobs and ensure the future of the UK’s steel industry.
Sharon Graham on BBC Laura Kuenssberg - February 2023
Ambulance Strike, Chorley - Sky News - January 2023
General Secretary, Sharon Graham: Political Thinking Interview with Nick Robinson- January 2023
Sharon Graham on occupational pension schemes- January 2023
We will not sit back and watch this Government run down our #NHS - November 2022
Unite Investigates Budget context - November 2022
Sharon Graham's interview on Sophie Ridge on Sunday-October 2022
Sharon Graham - one year of leadership - August 2022
Sharon Graham speech at Durham Miners Gala - July 2022
Sharon Graham on BBC News - July 2022
100 days of wins - December 2021
Sharon Graham TUC Fire and Rehire - September 2021
Back to the workplace
“I have been elected to do what it says on the trade union tin – fight for jobs, pay and conditions. Now is the time to build strong, effective trade unionism at every workplace.”
Unite general secretary Sharon Graham
Since taking office at the end of August 2021, Unite general secretary Sharon Graham has led Unite from the front, visiting workplaces and taking the trade union to the front line of disputes.
Two years of wins
And under Sharon Graham, Unite has delivered hundreds of wins in workplaces across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Fighting for jobs, pay and conditions – check out Delivering on Jobs, pay and conditions – two years on and to find out more follow @UniteSharon on Twitter.