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Old 24th Apr 2012, 08:18
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More Unite 'mistakes'

Taken from a report on the BBC website today, regarding the fuel tanker drivers dispute...

One company, Hoyer, will be involved in the talks despite an error which forced Unite to re-ballot its members at the firm after it discovered a number of its members had not received ballot papers last month.
Is Unite really the union that a profession that has safety accountabilities (Cabin Crew) deserves?

I'd have thought any professional body would want to be represented by an equally professional outfit...
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