General Secretary Of The TUC
That this House notes with sadness that for the first time in its history the TUC is led by a General Secretary who through his advocacy of early entry into EMU is prepared to connive at an increase in unemployment, particularly in the manufacturing and traded goods sectors; regrets that the General Secretary is prepared to serve the interests of a European political elite at the expense of British and European trades unionists and other workers; and calls on the TUC to sack the General Secretary for his betrayal of his members' interests and lack of intellectual rigour in examining the pros and cons of EMU.
This motion has been signed by a total of 11 MPs.
|John Butcher||26/06/1996||Coventry South West||Proposed|
|John Carlisle||09/07/1996||Luton North||Signed|
|Iain Duncan Smith||15/07/1996||Chingford||Signed|
|Walter Sweeney||15/07/1996||Vale of Glamorgan||Signed|
|John Whittingdale||15/07/1996||Colchester South and Maldon||Signed|
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