Her goal was to weaken and destroy, not just coal but the entire British Trade Union movement.
What does GMB stand for?
GMB stands for British Trade Union (originally General Municipal Boilermakers; now known simply as GMB)
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Her goal was to weaken and destroy, not just coal, but the entire British trade union movement.
The federation of British trade unions, Trades Unions Congress (TUC), voted last year to discuss the issue at a meeting of its general council later this month.
The new face of British trade unions will make it impossible for Rightwingers to unfairly demonise workplace leaders as beer-swilling wreckers.
In a poll recently conducted by a new British trade union think tank --the Centre For Labour and Social Studies--more than two-thirds of people questioned said they were unaware that 90% of the government's spending cuts had yet to take effect.
| LONDON, Feb 1 (KUNA) -- British Trade Union leaders voiced fears Wednesday about the job implications of moves by the Indian government to give preferred bidder status to a French firm for a lucrative order for fighter planes ahead of a consortium including BAE Systems, it was reported here.
Gerard Coyne, regional secretary for Unite, spoke of how Mary would be proud of union members joining the public sector pensions strike on November 30 - the largest in British trade union history He said: "We know Mary will be looking down on us on the biggest industrial action felt in Britain.
The British trade unions have abandoned the private sector almost entirely, preferring to pander to the most unproductive and inefficient sector of the economy - the civil service.