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stuc

Plaster applied to form an imitation stone.
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STUC general secretary Grahame Smith said: "Workers in Scotland are giving away more than pounds 4,500 a year - that's too much time and money that could be better spent with friends and family.
I have made no comment about this, not because I don't have an opinion but because who leads the Labour Party in Scotland is not the business of the STUC.
SSP leader Colin Fox also said Labour was in crisis and added: "Throughout the worst years of Thatcherism and beyond, the STUC stood firmly with Labour, but I believe the wafer-thin majority reflects the deep concern of trade unionists at their policies.
As a result the STUC is set to dedicate February 24 this year "Work Your Proper Hours Day".
STUC chief Bill Speirs' Old Labour reputation is in tatters.
STUC general secretary Grahame Smith said young Scots had been energised by the referendum campaign and had made their opposition to racial prejudice clear.
Byline: By GRAHAME SMITH Deputy General Secretary of the STUC
It comes as the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) launched an emergency motion at the STUC annual congress, in Dundee, yesterday.
He used a speech to the STUC conference to show he can be just as politically incorrect as the rest of us.
STUC General Secretary Grahame Smith refused to champion a no or yes vote.
The STUC this week will urge action - to try to prevent more tragedies like the death of dad-of-two Andy Bell.