Monday at the TUC

12 September 2016

A busy Monday for ASLEF at the TUC in Brighton. Dave Calfe, speaking from the podium on Monday morning, made a passionate case for motion 63 opposing the sale of Britain's public land; Paul Cutmore, at the podium on Monday afternoon, spoke on composite 3, supporting a modern industrial strategy for Britain; and Ian Thompson, addressing congress on Monday afternoon, spoke about the importance of steel on composite 4. On Monday night there was a packed Action for Rail meeting on privatisation; Mick Whelan spoke at a solidarity meeting for Cuba and Venezuela; and Tosh McDonald spoke at a Labour Representation Committee meeting at the Friends' Meeting House.

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