Trades Council


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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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But no; O'Brien won't stand for a strike, and he has the Building Trades Council under his thumb.
One big butcher, who was president of the Packing Trades Council, had been passed over five times, and the men were wild with rage; they had appointed a committee of three to go in and see the superintendent, and the committee had made three attempts, and each time the police had clubbed them back from the door.
International Resource News-October 5, 2015--The Amarillo Metal Trades Council signs tentative agreement with Consolidated Nuclear Security
SIR - The Trades Council invites trade unionists and anti-cuts campaigners to join us in celebrating May Day by renewing the fight against austerity.
CARDIFF Trades Council will hold a May Day march and rally in the city on Saturday.
COUN Meyrick Rees is to ask the Birmingham Trades Council to support his resolution which expresses concern at the dangers arising from the continued uncontrolled influx of immigrants to this city.
The coalition includes the Building Trades Employers Association; Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York; 32BJ SEIU; the New York Hotel & Motel Trades Council; and Silverstein Properties, the developer of the World Trade Center site.
In his late 60s and a life-long socialist, Mr Patrick had for more than 30 years been a loyal supporter of the Socialist Workers' Party, and of his union Amicus Unite (0605 Branch - Staff) and of Huddersfield Trades Council.
A meeting was held recently by the Middlesbrough Trades Council with the aim of linking up different sections of the community in opposing the cuts.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-5 February 2007-Aker Philadelphia Shipyard and Philadelphia Metal Trades Council enter into new collective bargaining agreement(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The Merseyside Trades Council president was attacked by a knifeman at the door of his home on May 18 in front of his two young daughters.
Mr Edwards was also secretary of Newcastle Trades Council, president of Newcastle and District Trades Council, a member of the board of governors at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle, and chairman of the advisory committee for the National Assistance Board in Newcastle.