Secretary’s Report JULY 2017 Wolverhampton, Bilston & District TUC
Immigration is being talked about everywhere. On TV, on the bus, in the tabloids, down the pub, at work, in Parliament. Many of us have strong opinions on immigration, but some of the voices in this conversation have been louder than others.
We will be holding a group discussion at our next meeting 20 July
This survey can also be completed individually online http://nationalconversation.uk/survey/
is a chance to give your opinion and influence the future direction of immigration policy in the UK. It is part of the National Conversation on Immigration, findings will be presented to the Home Affairs Committee inquiry on immigration. This is your chance to influence policy It is anonymous and takes around 5 minutes to complete.
Union Reps Stage 1 10 x Mondays from 18 Sept 2017
Health & Safety Stage 1 9 am – 4 pm 10 x Tuesdays from 19 Sept at Shrewsbury College & GMB Offices, Hanley, Stoke on Trent
Courses will take place in Wolverhampton if sufficient demand. These are available for all courses from Trade Union Studies at Shrewsbury College, London Road, Shrewsbury SY2 6PR 01743 342531 email@example.com
- Thursday 21st September – Shrewsbury 24 campaign speaker reporting on the long awaited outcome of the Criminal Case Reveview Commission; organised by Wolverhampton TUC 7pm new venue tbcTUC Women Chainmakers’ Festival of Cradley Heath was a success again. We had a stall well staffed with volunteers this year.