TGWU

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TGWUTransport and General Workers' Union (UK)
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He founded the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, which became the largest and most militant union by 1913.
Transport and General Workers' Union officials are now considering a strike ballot.
But there was a fresh threat of industrial action at Heathrow airport when the Transport and General Workers' Union announced it would ballot hundreds of ground staff who work for a service company in a separate dispute over jobs.
The UK and Ireland's biggest trade union - Unite - was set up with the merger of Amicus and the Transport and General Workers' Union.
John Walsh, Birmingham power and engineering district secretary of the Transport and General Workers' Union, said it had recovered pounds 504,709 on behalf of 105 members injured at work in 2004.
Members of the Transport and General Workers' Union at the company's brewery in Northampton will walk out from December 1 and could take further industrial action in the New Year.
Up to 180 members of the Transport and General Workers' Union at the company's brewery in Northampton will walk out from December 1 and could take further industrial action in the New Year.
Members of Unison, the General Municipal and Boilermakers' Union and Transport and General Workers' Union, who work for Cardiff County Council, are taking part in a ballot to decide on industrial action over a three per cent pay offer.
Liverpool Airport has already agreed to attend the event, as have union leaders from rail and maritime unions Aslef and the RMT, as well as the Transport and General Workers' Union.
Amicus and the Transport and General Workers' Union hope to move an emergency motion urging the Government toSir Bill Morris introduce stronger protection for UK workers in the wake of Jaguar's decision.
Members of the Transport and General Workers' Union at factories in Bloxham, Oxfordshire, and Newport Pagnell, in Buckinghamshire, were walking out just before noon and will remain on strike throughout tomorrow.
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