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North Tyneside

a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop.: 190 800 (2003 est.). Area: 84 sq. km (32 sq. miles)
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HOPES New Labour MEP candidates Jude Kirton-Darling, Jayne Shotton and Paul Brannen
Jayne Shotton, area organiser at Usdaw's Newcastle office, said spirits among her members were low but stressed the union is doing what it can to help.
The breech of confidential data has been described as "shocking" by Usdaw union representative Jayne Shotton.
Usdaw union representative Jayne Shotton said: "The workers at Twinings had resigned themselves to the fact their jobs were going to Poland.
Usdaw union representative Jayne Shotton said the company was opening a new factory in Poland which would take jobs from Tyneside.
Usdaw union representative Jayne Shotton met with regional organiser Mike Parsonage and North Tyneside MP Stephen Byers to speak to Twinings' international supply director Marcus Cotter-Stone in advance of the protest outside Congress House in London.
Usdaw union representative Jayne Shotton is meeting with regional organiser Mike Parsonage and North Tyneside MP Stephen Byers on Thursday to speak to Twinings' international supply director Marcus Cotter-Stone in advance of the planned protest outside Congress House in London.
Coun Jayne Shotton, cabinet culture chief, said a report would be presented at the next cabinet meeting.
Coun Jayne Shotton, cabinet member for culture, said: "Our coastline provides a stunning backdrop to the race and it's great to see people travelling from around the country to compete.
Usdaw union representative Jayne Shotton said: "It is extremely disappointing that a company which proudly calls itself Twinings of London is now moving work to Poland.
Coun Jayne Shotton, cabinet member for culture at North Tyneside Council, said: "Runners are already registering from places such as Scotland, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire so the race will have an economic impact on the area as well as a healthy one.
And Jayne Shotton, area organiser for USDAW, which represents about 170 of the workers at the plant said: "Safeguarding these jobs was absolutely vital for Amble.