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11 March 2009

Amicus: Good left vote

Derek Simpson 60,048, (37.85%): In the Amicus/Unite general secretary election, incumbent Derek Simpson has been re-elected for one year. The result was a poor endorsement, as he received less than 38% of the vote on a 15% turnout, writes Kevin Parslow.

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28 January 2009

Amicus Unity Gazette left with egg on its face

Unite the union: The nomination period in the general secretary election in the Amicus section of Unite has now closed and the election has immediately descended into something of a farce, writes Mick Cotter, Amicus/Unite.

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21 January 2009

Amicus election

The nomination period for the election of the Amicus general secretary has now closed. Incumbent Derek Simpson, forced to put himself up for election following a challenge to the trade union certification...

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10 January 2008

Building workers fight for real union representation

Construction workers from across the north-west are demonstrating at Whiston Hospital on 11 January... By Hugh Caffrey, Manchester

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29 September 2005

Witch-hunt in Amicus as merger nears

THREE AMICUS members of staff - Des Heemskerk, Jimmy Warne and Cathie Willis - have been suspended from their jobs in Amicus...

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19 May 2005

Calls for an end to trade union passivity at Amicus conference

THE FIRST, and possibly last, conference of manufacturing and general services union Amicus took place this week...

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12 May 2005

Amicus conference: Size isn't everything

ONE OF the most important issues to be discussed at the forthcoming Amicus conference is the recent proposal for a merger between the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU), Amicus and the GMB...

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29 November 2003

Amicus executive elections: Fighting For The Members

JOHN BARR is a Socialist Party member who is a candidate for the Amicus national executive. John is part of the Amicus Unity Gazette list slate for the NEC elections. He spoke to the socialist about the...

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24 May 2003

Amicus, The Political Fund And New Labour

'Political fund - who needs it?' That is the question asked in the current Amicus-MSF journal, as we prepare to vote on the retention or otherwise of the union's political fund, writes Mick Cotter, Amicus-MSF London Region Craft MM.

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