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stuc

Plaster applied to form an imitation stone.
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However, the Scottish Government and the STUC share a real concern that some workers were placed at unnecessary risk through being compelled to travel to work or placed under threat of lost pay if they did not make it into work.
With regard to the STUC position on the Histadrut, Mary Senior explained that:
STUC deputy general secretary Dave Moxham said: "Both the STUC and Unite are in discussions with the group in relation to our contracts with them.
The STUC is demanding sustainable jobs, fair taxation and a decent living wage in Scotland.
The STUC issued their call on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the Gaza conflict.
Obtaining support from Mungat and after cajoling fellow unionists, Lim eventually helped bring the STUC into being on 30 September 1951.
Dave Moxham, deputy general secretary of the union, said: "The STUC will continue to unite with the Scottish Government in pressing Westminster to abandon austerity and properly fund public services across the UK.
The STUC also supported the call to give all EU citizens currently resident in the UK reassurance they can continue to live, work and study here without restriction.
Buttoday,the STUC launch a campaign to ensure employers pledge to pay at least the PS7.
Trade unions today are taking the lead in defending the Palestinian people's right to self-determination, freedom, the respect of the right of return of our refugees, and an end to Israeli occupation and apartheid [Palestinian Trade Union on the decision by the Scottish Congress of Trade Unions (STUC) to heed the Palestinian Civil Society Call for BDS and calls on the STUC to sever links with the Histadrut] JOIN US
I'm delighted to see the leading role that the STUC continues to play in the campaign.
New figures from the TUC and STUC show the number of Scots working unpaid has risen by 20,000 to 436,000 in the last year.