Links to Useful Websites

Below are links to useful Websites, we have catagorised them together. All you have to do is click on the name of the Website that you want to visit. Don't forget to come back !

Other National Trade Unions

ASLEF BECTU FBU GFTU GMB PCS
RMT Unite TSSA UCATT UNISON USDAW

Other Trade Unions

Communication Workers of America - our American sister union.

National Association of Letter Carriers (USA)


Labour MP's and MEP's from our Branch Area


PETER SKINNER MEP for the South East Region

FIONA MACTAGGART MP for Slough


Useful Websites

Labour Research Department - LRD has a long history and remains the leading source of up to the minute news and information for Trade Unionists.

Searchlight Magazine - For articles and other material related to Searchlight Magazine, refuting the lies and myths that racists breed on.

Tolpuddle Martyrs - Official Website of the Tolpuddle Martyrs

Trade Union and Labour Party Liaison Organisation - Website of the Trade Union and Labour Party Liaison Committee. Details of both National and Regional Organisations.

Cuba Solidarity Campaign - The campaign to help the people of Cuba in the struggle against the illegal US blockade.

Low Pay Commission - commission members, terms of reference, consultation and evaluation.

ACAS - advisory,conciliation and arbitration sevice.

Age UK - advice, campaigns, research and education on issues affecting older people.

Central Office of Information the Government’s centre of excellence for marketing and communications.

Commission for Racial Equality - campaigns, information and advice on issues affecting race.

Equality and Human Rights Commission with the details - campaigns, information and advice on issues affecting race, sex discrimination and promoting equality between men and women.

 

Government Websites

Houses of Parliament - House of Commons register, House of Lords register, parlaimentary services and enquiries.

DirectGov - public sector information

10 Downing Street - news, facts, broadcasts and a chance to have your say.

Cabinet Office -information on Cabinet Office and Cabinet Members.

Department of Trade & Industry -speeches, business, unions, Europe and consumers.

Working Time Regulations - legislation and news on Working Time Directive.  

Health & Safety Websites

Health & Safety Executive

Industrial Injuries Advisory Council

TUC One Stop Safety & Health Shop

Croner Publications

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health

Hazards

Website Designers in Woking Surrey & Hampshire


  BBC News Feeds


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Deaf mum sues Little Mix promoter in sign language row
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'Growing problem' of addiction to prescription drugs probed
A review into the "growing problem" of prescription drug addiction in England is launched.

Road use charges should be tailored to drivers, says report
Drivers should be charged based on factors like time of day and congestion, a new report says.

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Margaret Thatcher statue plan rejected by Westminster Council
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Ant McPartlin at NTAs: 'It's been a tough 12 months'
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