AEEU


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AEEU

(Brit) abbr of Amalagamated Engineering and Electrical UnionVereinigte Techniker- und Elektrotechnikergewerkschaft
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Llanwern's AEEU convenor, Alan Brown, told the meeting: "We've not just been stabbed in the back, we've been stabbed in the heart.
Ray Lissaman, Coventry-based regional officer for the AEEU, said the unions believe work may end up going abroad or, if it is kept within the UK, that workers will end up with reduced pension rights and worse terms than when they worked for Marconi proper.
AEEU regional officer Mr John Lloyd said the strike was solid, with no workers who voted for the action going through the picket line.
Danny Carrigan, AEEU national officer for manufacturing, said: "This will cause unnecessary worry for our members.
Mr Ray Griffith, regional secretary of the AEEU, said the company had not been in touch with the union's national negotiating officials before the announcement.
But Sir Ken has now lodged a complaint with Labour's HQ and ordered AEEU delegates not renominate Robinson.
And with the scope of the Welfare State shrinking daily, the AEEU decided action had to be taken to prevent many members from spending their twilight years in penury.
AEEU divisional organiser Alex McIntyre said: "We will also discuss with management a plan to extend the number of shifts worked to put an end to costly overtime.
The AEEU will target Tory plans to scrap 60 employment rights provided by Labour since 1997 in the biggest single issue campaign in a general election.
Ms Moore will be joined on the platform by Richard Fulham, of the AEEU engineering union; Rod Turner, of Business for Sterling and MD of Solihull firm Whale Tankers; and Fay Goodman, of the Federation of Small Businesses.
The giant AEEU engineering and electrical union will draw on a new fund of up to pounds 1million to help more working-class candidates win selection for parliamentary seats.
But AEEU official Eddie Duffy said: "This could spread to the rest of the West of Scotland.