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About the TUC

About the TUC

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The TUC is the voice of Britain at work. With 66 affiliated unions representing nearly seven million working people from all walks of life, we campaign for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

We negotiate in Europe, and at home build links with political parties, business, local communities and wider society.

For more information about the TUC see the links below

The work of the TUC

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Which unions does the TUC represent?

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What is Congress?

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General Council and TUC structure

The TUC in the Regions

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Regional TUC

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What are Trades Union Councils?

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What are and where can I find Unemployed Workers Centres?

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About Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum and annual festival

People at the TUC

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Who's who at the TUC

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Jobs at the TUC and affiliated unions

Further Information and Contact Details

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Information services, Library and Archive

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Conference and meeting facilities


The most recent documents available on this subject are:

In ToUCh e-bulletin
Issue 9 June 2008
12 June 2008

Time to 'reconfigure the DNA of New Labour' says TUC leader
In a Progress lecture to be delivered in the House of Commons tonight (Wednesday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber will say that an historic fourth term for Labour can still be achieved but only if ministers start conveying a much clearer sense of what a Labour Government stands for.
21 May 2008

“What about the workers: has the government done enough to secure working people's support for a fourth term?”
Brendan Barber's Progress speech 21st May 2008
PDF version available for download
21 May 2008

In ToUCh e-bulletin
Issue 8 May 2008
13 May 2008

In ToUCh e-bulletin
Issue 7 April 2008
8 April 2008

Tolpuddle Martyrs' Festival 2008 - 18th - 20th July
Details of this years Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival, including details of how to book your weekend camping tickets.
1 April 2008

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Tolpuddle Festival

TUC LGBT Conference

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The POWER Inquiry


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