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Trades Council

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) an association of the different trade unions in one town or area
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That said, I do not swallow Labour council leaders' comments when they said: "West Midlands council tax bills are already set to rise significantly" as being a partial contributing factor for scrapping the PS10-a-year precept.
The leaflet says that the Labour Council is involved in the tacit destruction of our NHS through its "sustainability and transformation partnership", whatever that is?
The abject surrender of this Labour council to Tory attacks on services is more than embarrassing; it is culpably abandoning the very people who elected them.
Preston is taking these steps and the Labour council is thinking creatively.
If Cllr Clancy fails to back the chief executive publicly now the risk of the Labour Council having to be taken over will grow exponentially in the coming days and weeks.
If you haven't been to Liverpool, I urge you to go there to enjoy a thriving city that remembers its proud industrial heritage but has been transformed under the stewardship of a Labour council.
This is the same party he poured scorn on for years as leader of the Labour council, was this a jibe at the Labour party for his deselection from the Labour party?
IN true Shakespearean words: Dark shadows cast, by this present Labour council.
if numpty drivers didn't exist and everybody obeyed the highway code Cardiff Labour council would not be able to spend the money from poor standards of driving.
In Newcastle, Conservative minister Greg Clark and Labour council leader Nick Forbes were all smiles as they welcomed the opening of the Science Central building and the signing of a growth deal that should create thousands of jobs.
The award was presented at the 27th GCC Ministers of Labour council summit that took place in Kuwait.
Initiated by the Toronto and York Region Labour Council, the campaign roused a sleeping giant in communities and workplaces across the province.