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Women CAN work in the rail industry

17 May 2015

Although only 5% of drivers are female, there's no reason why more women shouldn't drive trains, says ASLEF's Collette Gibson, in the Guardian's Women in Leadership column. We encourage members of all under-represented groups to join the rail industry and  Collette's message is simple:  'Do what you want to...

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Final day at AAD

14 May 2015

ASLEF’s annual assembly of delegates – our annual conference – is the policy-making parliament of our union. It concluded today, with the singing of the Red Flag, at the Park Inn Palace in Southend-on-Sea.   Guest speaker: Steve Gillan Steve Gillan, general secretary of the Prison Officers’ Association, came...

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Third day of AAD

13 May 2015

ASLEF’s annual assembly of delegates – our annual conference – is the policy-making parliament of our union. It continued today at the Park Inn Palace in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Guest speaker: Dave Tyson Dave Tyson has been a trustee director of the Railways Pension Scheme since 2001. He told delegates:...

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Second day of AAD

12 May 2015

ASLEF's annual assembly of delegates - our conference - is our policy making parliament. It continued at the Park Inn Hotel in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, today. Tosh McDonald, EC president,talking about the executive committee and officers report on the Political:International part of our annual report, said: ‘Being an internationalist is...

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First day of AAD

11 May 2015

ASLEF's annual assembly of delegates - our conference - is our policy making parliament. It opened at the Park Inn Hotel in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, today.   Conference opened by Tony West Tony West, former assistant general secretary of ASLEF, now national secretary of our Retired Members’ Section, officially opened...

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